This Christmas with no restrictions in place, what are your plans? Do you plan on making up for lost time and hitting every nostalgic Christmas event your family will let you drag them to? If your answer is yes then check out this list of traditional Christmas events in Southwestern Ontario. Don't miss out. I've already got my eye on a few. Christmas season here I come!
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A great activity to do with friends and family. Grab hot chocolate and tour the booths with hand made crafts, baked goods and gift ideas.
What a nice way to take a walk. Winter scenery, beautiful lights and Christmas music. Here is a list of some of the places that are doing lights this year.
Roaming entertainment, Coca Cola truck, holiday magical light trail, sightings of Santa, live music, skiing, fireworks and accommodations. Everything you need for a weekend away at Christmas time.
Activities for kids or grandbabies
Plan your festive day trip here. Horse and wagon rides, pony rides, train, ziplines, campfires, Jacob’s ladder, petting zoo and much more.
Sometimes waiting in line for Santa can be frustrating with little ones so why not book a 10-minute time slot for a visit (6 family members maximum). Henry’s will be taking professional photos, and providing a “Free Instant 8×10 Print” voucher for use at an in-store kiosk and one digital image. Parents are also welcome to use their own cameras. Ticket includes admission to Joseph Brant Museum, a take-home holiday craft, and a bag of Christmas popcorn for each child.
For small children, no Christmas is complete without seeing Santa in the parade. Here is a list some of this year's parades.