What: Home for the Holidays, Fire & Ice Celebration
When: Dec. 7-9
Why you should go: Ring in the season all weekend with Home for the Holidays. The community-wide celebration will feature local organizations coming together to celebrate the holidays. In addition to the event’s annual favorites — horse-drawn carriage rides, carolers, a hot cocoa bar and a gingerbread contest — this year adds live ice carving demonstrations, sled dogs and winter games on Chardon Square. Being offered alongside the event is Great Lakes Race Timing Frozen 4k.
How much: General admission to the Home for the Holidays, Fire & Ice Celebration is free.
How to get more information: Find more information as it gets closer to December on the Home for the Holidays’ Facebook page.
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