This is the last weekend before Christmas so I’d like to remind you of a few events/attractions that you might want to squeeze in while you can.
Edaville Railroad Festival of Lights
Strawberry Banke Candlelight Stroll
My new picks for this week are as follows
#1 Holiday Delights!
Hopefully you’ve already read about this on GMG as it has been well covered!
The Gloucester Stage Youth Acting Workshops proudly presents Holiday Delights from December 19 through December 21 at Gloucester Stage Company, 267 East Main Street, Gloucester. Holiday Delights features a cast of over 30 young people ranging in age from 6 to 17, all students in Gloucester Stage Youth Acting Workshops.
A fantastic holiday event for all ages! Read much more about it here!
#2 Rockport’s 69th Annual Christmas Nativity Pageant
Follow the torch-lit procession beginning at Dock Square on Saturday evening at 5:00 and celebrate holiday traditions while sharing the story of the nativity.
#3 Wenham Museum
I list this as a “great take” this weekend for two reasons. On any given weekend from November to February, the Farm to Table by Train exhibit is worth seeing! My boys could watch the trains all day long. This weekend, however, is extra special because one of my favorite children’s authors is also at the Wenham Museum signing books! Meet Caldecott Award Winner, Chris Van Allsburg…maybe most famous this time of year for writing The Polar Express, but also the author of many other amazing books such as Jumangi, The Adventures of Harris Burdick, Just a Dream, and now The Misadventures of Sweetie Pie. See all of his books here.
#4 Public Skate at Talbot Rink
On most Saturdays and Sundays Talbot Rink offers almost two hours of public skating…from 2:00-3:50. A great chance to get active during the long cold winter months and see lots of familiar faces. Skate rentals are available and the cost is nominal.
Check out the rink here and find their calendar at the bottom of the link’s page.
The little “Green Bomber” in the black helmet with Schrafft displayed proudly (usually) on his back is my littler one. Watch out for him.