Have you ever wanted to just STOP during the holiday season? Stop shopping, stop rushing, and maybe just stop for a breather? My hand is raised high at all of these. It can be easy to lose sight of what the holidays mean to you, personally. I know I struggle with this every year and that’s why I pulled together Five Ways to Enjoy Woodland This Holiday Season. All I have to do is show up! Each event is designed, by local associations or businesses, to bring the holiday spirit to our community. Join in and enjoy the season with your fellow Woodlanders, I don’t think you’ll regret it.
If you know of other holiday events, please share it in the comments section below. Enjoy.
Holiday Carriage Rides | Thursday evenings 6:00 – 8:00 pm 12/3, 12/10, and 12/17 | Tickets available at Corner Drug and at carriage pick up. Doesn’t a carriage ride sound lovely? A quiet moment with friends or family while you see the decorations on Main Street and breath in the fresh air.
Christmas Tree Lighting | Friday 12/4 at 6:00 pm | Heritage Plaza, Second and Main Streets – $5 carriage rides, roasted chestnuts, holiday caroling and more. This is the perfect way to kick off the holiday season, especially with the community.
Dickens In The Valley | Saturday 12/5 10:00 am – 3:00 pm | Homes on the tour this year: 25 Monte Vista Ave., 1028 Sycamore Lane, 628 Lewis Avenue, 452 Elm Street, 659 First Street, 756 First Street, and 803 First Street. Purchase tickets at locations featured on the flier or online here. This is always an exciting event. How often do you get a sneak peak into someone’s home and see their decorating traditions?
Woodland Chamber Singers present Adeste Fideles A Holiday Choral Celebration | Friday 12/18 & Saturday 12/19 7:00 pm | Woodland Presbyterian Chruch. Sit back and enjoy beautiful singing, which is sure to stir up the holiday spirit.
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