Help I'm Hosting! The holidays keep coming, and Weekend Edition is BACK with our holiday advice series called, "Help, I'm Hosting!" If you're hosting a holiday party and need decorating help - send us your questions!
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The holidays keep coming, and Weekend Edition is BACK with our holiday advice series called, "Help, I'm Hosting!" If you're hosting a holiday party and need decorating help - send us your questions!

SACHA PFEIFFER, HOST:

Thanksgiving has come and gone, but the holidays keep coming - Hanukkah, Christmas, New Year's. WEEKEND EDITION is back with our new holiday advice series called "Help, I'm Hosting!" If you're hosting, we want your questions about holiday decorating. Maybe you're not creative but want to put together a festive atmosphere or maybe you want to know how to make the most of limited space. If you need decorating guidance or a little encouragement, let us know. Call 202-216-9217 and leave us a voicemail with your full name, where you're from, your phone number and what you need help with. Again, that number is 202-216-9217. You can also email us at weekend@npr.org. We may put your question to a hosting expert who can help you through your holidays.

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