During the holiday season there are alot of places you can visit for your Christmas fix.
Here are a list of events/activities if you are in the Philadelphia area.
Dilworth Park at City hall – features a Christmas village, Ferris wheel, kids train and an ice skating rink. There is a heated tent that serve food and drinks for the skaters to fill up on.
LumiNature at the Philadelphia Zoo – featuring dozens of illuminating, animal-themed displays around the zoo. There are 14 themes in total, such as a 100-foot-long aquarium tunnel, giant jellyfish, 21-foot snake, hundreds of glowing penguins and to top it off a 25-foot tree made of flamingo lawn ornaments.
Franklin Square – has the Electrical Spectacle Holiday Light Show, which features over 100,000 lights throughout the park. There is a Chilly Philly mini golf course and a charming carousel. Lets not forget Santa Saturday and a heated tent to enjoy a warm beverage.
Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest – Olympic size skating rink with a warm, ski chalet style lodge with seasonal food & drinks. Plus there are two spectacular fireworks displays on New Year’s Eve.
Macy’s Christmas Light Show – In the historic Wanamaker Building features holiday scenes made of over 100,000 LED lights and a 34, 500 LED tree that dance along to classic tunes from the Wanamaker organ.
The Comcast Holiday Spectacular– is a 15 minute family friendly show featuring a sleigh ride around the world and through Philadelphia. A wonderful performance from the Pennsylvania Ballet and a sing a long to holiday classics.
Adventure Aquarium’s Christmas Underwater – Scuba Santa is coming to town, sharing Christmas cheer. Enjoy underwater light displays, festive new shows and the World’s Tallest Underwater Christmas Tree! It will be so much fun for the kids.
I hope this list will help you enjoy your time around the city of Philly.
Let’s have a discussion about Random Acts of Kindness, which can be done throughout the whole year. This December, I am sharing with you my Random Acts of Holiday Kindness and I would love for you to join me.
“What is Random Acts of Kindness?”, you ask. It’s bringing joy and happiness to someone’s life unexpectedly through a small gesture.
Here are a few R. A. O. K. examples:
Buy someone a cup of coffee
Donate a grocery basket to a family
Pay for someone’s meal at a restaurant
Give essential workers a gift card
Donate to a toy drive
As you can see it doesn’t take much to show kindness to someone. The holiday season is about spreading love, peace and joy. So as you go about your days during the month of December don’t forget to show kindness to someone.
Christmas is the season for giving. Today I will share my experience at my daughter’s toy drive. The kids really enjoy their presents and was very grateful for their gifts. I feel very blessed to have been apart of this event. I am very proud of my daughter, she did such a good job.
See pics below of the amazing event.
The toy drive was successful. It’s always better to give than receive.
We are in the home stretch now. There is just 4 more days until Christmas and I didn’t post any of my Christmas decoration. Me and my daughter had a good time decorating the house for Christmas. Check out the pictures and video below.