Holiday Window Wonderland Brings Magic to the Holiday Season
Historic Downtown Wooster, Ohio, brings the small-town magic of the holidays through Window Wonderland. It is an event that will bring out your holiday spirit the second you step out onto the beautiful streets. Storefront and business windows decorate their windows with holiday cheer as they compete for the best Window Display.
Santa arrives off the roof in a fire truck, bringing a magical moment as the children all cheer and jump with excitement in anticipation of telling Santa their wish list.
As you make your way throughout the Historic Downtown, you can enjoy free attractions including horse and carriage rides, live reindeer, holiday treats, activities and so much more. Be sure to stop at the shops to find that perfect and unique gift for the special person on your holiday list.
“Window Wonderland is an iconic event that my husband and I look forward to each year,” said Kerri Manley-Still, Main Street Wooster Project Coordinator. “It does not matter how old one is, the spirit of Christmas is alive in the hearts of those in Historic Downtown Wooster – it is sure to bring a smile to anyone. If you have not experienced this event, it is a must!”
Be sure to mark your calendar as the holiday Window Wonderland season will kick off on November 18th from 3 p.m.- 9 p.m. For more information on dates and times, visit www.mainstreetwooster.org.
Wayne County Holiday Happenings
Orrville, Ohio, kicks off their holiday season with “Home for the Holidays” on November 26 from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. Enjoy holiday sights and sounds with friends and neighbors walking through this beautiful small town that features ice carvings and food trucks.
Bring the little ones out to see Santa as well.
The Dalton Holidays Festival is December 3-4 with the theme of Gingerbread Kisses and Christmas Wishes. Enjoy food, family activities, crowning the Royalty, and the “Coolest Parade in Ohio.”For more information, visit facebook.com/daltonfestival/.
Take a step back into time through one of Ohio’s small villages, Smithville, as it transforms into early Victorian Christmas glamor December 3-4.
Bring the whole family for a time to visit St. Nicholas, drink hot chocolate, eat cookies, admire the tree lighting, listen to the music fill the village and more. For more information on times and events, visit www.sohchs.org.
“This is such a great time to visit Wayne County,” said Martha Starkey, Executive Director of the Wayne County Convention and Visitors Bureau. “There are many opportunities to have a ‘memory maker’ family experience during the holidays.”
For more information on holiday events, places to dine and stay in and around Wayne County, visit www.wccvb.com.
Wayne County Holiday Window Displays