Indian summer, Sadie Hawkins, putting garden to bed

This is an archived issue of our Almanac.com Companion email newsletter.

Daily Newsletter for Saturday, November 7, 2020

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E'en in those bleak November days
There's gladness for the heart that heeds.

–Charles Dawson Shanly (1811–75)

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10 Tips to Prepare Your Garden for Winter
10 Tips to Prepare Your Garden for Winter

How do you put your garden to bed for winter? See 10 tips on how to winterize your garden beds—from covering garden soil to protecting trees and shrubs. We list vegetables, herbs, berry patches, perennials, roses, trees, and shrubs so you’re covered!
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Enjoy the Puppy Tree Towel in your Holiday Kitchen!

No home is complete without a lovable furry friend to share it with, and no kitchen is complete without this adorable Puppy Tree Towel. Featuring a tree of puppies dressed for the holidays, this embroidered flour sack towel is the perfect gift for the dog lover on your Christmas list!

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Indian Summer: What, Why, and When?
Indian Summer: What, Why, and When?

In the fall, it seems that almost any warm day is referred to by most people as an “Indian summer.” And while their error is certainly not of the world-shaking variety, they are, for the most part, mistaken. Find out what a real Indian summer is!
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The Almanac is the perfect stocking stuffer!

The Old Farmer’s Almanac is a delightful stocking surprise for everyone on your holiday shopping list! Enjoy a holiday season filled with wit and wisdom from your favorite Old Farmer. The Almanac is guaranteed to make people smile and to tickle your funny bones. Order today to get your Almanacs in time for the holidays!

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When is Sadie Hawkins Day?
When is Sadie Hawkins Day?

Ever heard of Sadie Hawkins Day? Find out more about this quirky holiday—and how it all got started.
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What recipes are Almanac readers raving about?

Readers’ Best Recipes and the Stories Behind Them brings you all the favorites served at family gatherings and supper tables, the ones that keep folks coming back for more. These exclusive recipes include Momma’s Salted Caramel Shortbread Bars, Gra’s Barbecue Chicken, and so many more! You’ll love the heartwarming, humorous, and true stories that these cooks tell, too. Order today!

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Fall Harvest Squash Rolls
Fall Harvest Squash Rolls

These fall harvest squash rolls are always a hit! People are surprised when they learn they’re made from squash.

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What does snow on Christmas night mean for next year's crops?

Find out fun facts about every holiday with the 2021 Engagement Calendar. This popular daily planner provides plenty of space to jot down appointments, events, reminders, observations, and inspirations. Cheer up each day with wit, wisdom, a quote, a proverb, or a bit of folklore!

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Sweet Potato Facts and Health Benefits
Sweet Potato Facts and Health Benefits

Twenty years ago, our Almanac declared sweet potatoes to be the “healthiest vegetable of them all.” This fleshy root vegetable is indeed highly nutritional, low in calories, and, for the chef, it is easier than pie to use.
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What's the best book for kids who are always bored?

Keep youngsters entertained for hours with fun facts, fascinating stories, and educational activities in The Old Farmer’s Almanac for Kids, Vol. 8! Whether your kiddos are reading on their own or you’re reading with them, The Almanac for Kids provides plenty of intriguing stories for anyone who’s a kid at heart!

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