Summerland Baptist Church has created a special live nativity scene for this Christmas season. How much do you know about the Biblical Christmas story? (Contributed)

Summerland Baptist Church has created a special live nativity scene for this Christmas season. How much do you know about the Biblical Christmas story? (Contributed)

QUIZ: Put your knowledge of Christmas to the test

How much do you really know about the iconic Dec. 25 holiday and its traditions?

Dec. 25 is Christmas Day, a time to celebrate and a time for giving.

How much do you know about this important and well-loved celebration? Put your knowledge to the test with these 15 holiday-themed questions.

Good luck.


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Sicamous pulled out all the stops for the decoration on and around the Christmas tree at the roundabout at the west end of Main Street. How well do you know Christmas traditions? (Jim Elliot/Eagle Valley News)

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