Holiday-themed celebration planned for Vaughan

October 28, 2017 by  

This holiday season, the Kortright Centre for Conservation, which can be found near Vaughan, will be getting a festive makeover.

Young and old alike are welcome to come and join in the spirit of the occasion. Those who come to the centre to visit the Magical Christmas Forest will find it decorated with sparkling lights as well as holiday decorations.

There will be friendly elves playing among the trees, as well as working in Santa’s workshop making toys. There will be other costumed characters for younger attendees to meet. They will also be able to play games, make a craft to take home with them and even catch a Christmas-themed movie that will be shown in the facility’s theatre.

Adults will be able to participate in activities that have been planned with them in mind. They can warm up by the fire with a cup of hot chocolate, and there will be carol singing. Kids will be invited to pay Santa a visit in his cabin, where he will be working with his elves so they can tell him their Christmas wishes. Digital copying can be used to create colouring sheets and other printed materials for a day like this.

Families interested in taking part in this event, which will be held on December 1st, are asked to register ahead of time, as this will help the event planners. The Toronto and Region Conservation department’s website contains additional details about the function for anyone who wants to find out more.