Holiday Events

The Holiday season is officially here and many people are looking forward to events they can attend this year. COVID-19 has had an impact on the holidays but there are still several Holiday Events taking place near Findlay this season.

“I’ve heard of a lot of great events, and I’m hoping people will still be able to celebrate the holidays during COVID.” Sophomore, Carter Riedel, says.

The Toledo Zoo Lights Before Christmas is a light display at the Toledo Zoo and you can go any day you wish. It is also very COVID friendly which is great this year.

“This event is really fun, it’s a great light display and I would definitely recommend going. I think pretty much everyone would enjoy this.” Sophomore, Izaak Zechman, says.

The Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation in Findlay is holding a Northpole Express train ride every weekend from November 27 to January 3rd. Tickets are $4 for adults and $3 for kids 12 and under.

“I used to love going to this, it’s a really fun thing to do, and I think if you had younger siblings it’d be an awesome experience.” Sophomore, Izaak Zechman, says.

Trinity Lutheran church in Findlay is hosting a Drive-Thru Christmas Story. It will be held on Saturday, December 19, at 11 am, and is COVID safe.

“This event sounds like a good, family friendly event, that would be very entertaining.” Sophomore, Carter Riedel, says.

Sandusky County Fairgrounds in Fremont, will be holding a Winter Wonderland event. It will be open nightly from December 10th-23rd.

“This event seems really cool, I’ve never been but I would love to go. It sounds like it would be fun to go see with friends or family.” Zechman says.

In addition to these events, many places around Findlay have set up Christmas lights and a free holiday opportunity is to drive around town looking at the lights.

“This is my personal favorite thing to do because it’s free and fun. You can go all around Findlay, get some food, stay in your car, listen to music, and hangout with friends. I think this is something everyone should do, especially this year.” Riedel, says.

Even with Coronavirus people have found ways to celebrate the holidays.