What: 2018 Harbor Holiday in Fairport Harbor hosted by the Fairport Harbor Heritage Foundation
When: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Dec. 1
Why you should go: Finn Hollow Park, located next to the Finnish Heritage Museum, is converted into Fairport’s very own “Whovillage,” complete with cottages and a giant Christmas tree. Families are invited to get in the holiday spirit and take pictures, write letters to Santa, and gather around the tree for the lighting ceremony. Area organizations, businesses, churches and schools also invite attendees to participate in arts and crafts, a Chinese auction, entertainment, food and activities. Don’t miss the Grinch during the day as he travels around the Fairport Harbor Village with his dog, Max, stealing gifts to “Fill the Cruiser” for Toys for Tots. Later at night, he will climb the historic Fairport Harbor Lighthouse tower to read the Dr. Seuss classic story, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.”
How much: Free and open to the public
How to get more information: More information can be found on the event’s Facebook page.
Kailee Leonard knows that Christmas means a little bit more. Follow her on Instagram @kaileeinmae