The Canal Winchester Historical Society’s Storybook Christmas will take place on December 3-4

Canal Winchester Historical Society presents “A Storybook Christmas” December 3-4 at 10 W. Oak Street and surrounding areas. The event begins at 6 p.m. each evening.

Events taking place at the resort include a winter market, Dickensian characters with interactive play, live tree farm, arts and crafts station, fig pudding tasting, Luminaria walk , a coloring contest, waltz lessons, quilt design and Dickensian cookies.

Talented students from Canal Winchester’s drama department join the Storybook Christmas event. They will share their performances in the interactive room and the characters throughout the festival.

The Lions Club now takes orders for live trees which can be picked up on the evenings of the event. A limited number of trees will be available during the event.

Christmas carol themed cookies will be sold by Lyle’s Bakeries. The cost is $ 20 per dozen, $ 10 per half dozen, and $ 2 for single cookies.

For more information and to find tree and cookie order forms, visit

parish SJXXIII

The Christian Service and Social Concerns Committee of Saint John XXIII Catholic Parish in Lithopolis is sponsoring the December donation tree for needy families in the area.

There is a sign-up sheet to maintain the donation tree before and after each weekend Mass November 27-28, December 4-5, and December 11-12. The committee is in particular need of volunteers to cover before and after the Saturday evening mass. Teenagers are welcome. If you’re interested, call Kathy Buckland at 614-595-3740, or email [email protected]

The church is located at 5170 Winchester-Southern Road.

Blue christmas

Gender Road Christian Church, 5336 Gender Road, Winchester Canal, will host a Blue Christmas Service at 3 p.m. on December 12. The service is for community members who have lost loved ones and find it difficult to cope during the holiday season. Canal Winchester Lithopolis Ministry Association is organizing the event. For more information, visit

Please email the information to Anne Darling Cyphert at [email protected]

This article originally appeared on Lancaster Eagle-Gazette: The Canal Winchester Historical Society’s Storybook Christmas will take place on December 3-4

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