She made her list and checked it twice!
Out with the pumpkins, scarecrows and ghost tours and in with the glitter, Santa and holiday train displays! Some may think Christmas comes too early; it’s never too early for the joy and happiness that Holiday Activities bring to my family!
This year, we’re stepping out of our comfort zone by trying all new festive activities! Whether it’s the Grinch, Santa or his Reindeer we’ll stop and take a photo. Holiday lights, workshops & wine, train rides, and community celebrations will all be part of making lasting memories. Please follow our holiday journey on social media @kathyromano11. And, take me along with you and your family by tagging me in your holiday activities. Use the hashtags #kathysholidayactivities & #kathysactivities
Kathy Romano’s Holiday Activities 2019
Check their calendar and make reservations when needed. froehlichsfarm.com
This is the real Santa so when he’s talking to your kids he will bring up the good and the bad things from throughout the year. julesportrait.com
Have you heard the new jingle? Kyle McCarty nails it again!
The winter wonderland light experience runs through January 5th. phillyzooluminature.org
Find a local Board & Brush Creative Studio near you. Pictured above: Board & Brush, Blue Bell
The Dickens Festival in Medford, NJ and it’s Saturday December 7th from 4:30pm-9pm. Take a step back in time for a festive experience! Medford, New Jersey magically lights up and comes alive as a Christmas wonderland. It’s a perfect event for the entire family. Holiday Carolers, live presentations and vendors will line Main street. Great food and hot chocolate will be available along the way. Keep an eye out because Santa might be there, too!
Another Dickens Festival will take place in Narberth, PA on Sunday December 8th from 12pm-4pm. The streets of downtown Narberth are transformed into 1840’s London, as Ebenezer Scrooge, Tiny Tim, and all the characters from A Christmas Carol roam the streets for an afternoon. Horse-drawn carriage rides, holiday crafts, carolers, performances, shopping and a free Dickens-themed scavenger hunt for children between 1pm-3pm.