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Dr. Brooks Reflects on the Past Decade INSIDE THIS ISSUE
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Building Your Own Gingerbread House
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The History Behind Christmas Lights
Light Up the Holidays With These Events
BRIGHTEN UP YOUR HOLIDAY WITH THESE LOCAL LIGHT DISPLAYS AND SHOWS
CHRISTMAS NIGHTS OF LIGHTS When: Evenings from Nov. 8, 2019, through Jan. 5, 2020 Where: Coney Island Admission: $6 per person, free for children under age 3
Tired of walking in a winter wonderland? Try exploring in a “Wild Wonderland” instead! Join the Cincinnati Zoo as more than 2.5 million lights transform it into a magical holiday show. Enjoy the Madcap blacklight puppet show, a snack at the S’mores-n-More stands, or a ride on the BB&T Toyland Express. Rumor has it that Santa Claus is slated to make an appearance! And, new this year, guests will be invited to search for Fiona the Fairy statues in Fiona’s Fairyland. Don’t forget to add this magical, wild adventure to your holiday calendar! Learn more by visiting CincinnatiZoo.org. CHRISTMASTIME AT ARK ENCOUNTER When: Nov. 29 through Dec. 30 ( Closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day ) Where: Ark Encounter, Williamstown, Kentucky Admission: Free; $5 to enter the Ark Celebrate the birth of Christ with a light show at a life-size replica of one of the Bible’s most famous stories. Don’t miss the 512-foot-long and 51-feet- tall light show on the side of Ark Encounter this holiday season. Once you have taken in the spectacular light show, visit the zoo, enjoy a traditional Christmas buffet, and take home a memento from the gift store. This year, Ark Encounter has even added an ice skating rink to the holiday amenities! You can now glide along the outside of the ark for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Learn more at ArkEncounter.com.
There’s nothing more dazzling this time of the year than terrific light displays, but what puts the Christmas Nights of Lights above the rest is how you can watch this beautiful display. Take in the luminescent snowflakes, gigantic trees, festive candy canes, and mesmerizing tunnels of lights all from the comfort — and heat — of your
car. Don’t miss this annual holiday tradition spanning two months at dusk each day and shining brightly until 10 p.m. Visit ConeyIslandPark.com to learn more. PNC FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS When: Evenings from Nov. 16, 2019, through Jan. 4, 2020 Where: The Cincinnati Zoo Admission: $12–$19, free for children under age 2
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