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The holidays are a time for families and friends to get together. But that also means a greater risk for fire. We have tip sheets on Christmas tree and winter holiday safety, coloring pages, and our new holiday e-card. Get the family together and do our holiday Mad-lib, Twas the Night Before Christmas. Print the Sparky color by number activity to keep the kids busy while you wrap.

We have what you need to keep your family fire-safe this holiday season. It only takes a few moments to read through our tip sheets on holiday safety. Give your family the best gift you can, keep them safe from fire.







If you watch your local TV news this morning, there's a chance you'll see Judy Comoletti of NFPA's public education division sharing tips on how to keep your holidays fire-safe. It's all part of NFPA's "Project Holiday" campaign, where we're offering a free online toolkit filled with safety tips, reports, talking points, videos, and fun gift and tree tags to help your family and community understand the importance of fire safety this winter. Get all of the details on our Project Holiday page.

This morning, Judy is stationed at a private home north of Boston, and through the magic of a satellite media tour, is participating in more than 2 dozen television interviews with stations across the country.

Judy Comoletti satellite media tour 2
Judy Comoletti prepares to conduct another interview about holiday fire safety with one of more than two dozen TV stations around the United States.

Judy Comoletti satellite media tour 1
It's showtime!

Satellite media tour control room
The crew running the satellite media tour is set up in the basement of the home.

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