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Posted: Friday, December 16, 2011 12:27 pm | Updated: 5:59 am, Thu May 31, 2012.

From baking and presents to movies and games, what are your Christmas Eve traditions?

Christmas Eve is around the corner, and every family has its own tried-and-true tradition. We want to know about those Christmas Eve traditions you celebrate with loved ones.

Does everyone gather around the living room and open gifts before Santa has a chance to drop down the chimney? Does you stand outside with Uncle Joe in freezing temperatures while he barbecues steaks for everyone? Do you get dressed up and go out for a movie and a fast food burger? Or do you make tamales and play board games in between batches?

No tradition is too strange or simple or grand. Share your stories and photos of the traditions by e-mailing Lodi Living Editor Lauren Nelson at laurenn@lodinews.com or call 369-7035.

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