6 Ways to Have Christmas Fun This Weekend in Binghamton
Believe It or not Christmas is next Wednesday. That means this is the last weekend before Christmas. If you have all your shopping, baking, and decorating done, and you're looking for some Christmas things to do, I came up with 6 different ideas.
We'll start with a free event, Winterfest 2019 at Tioga Downs. You can take a carriage ride around the racetrack are you check out all the light displays. Santa will be there this Friday night.
Ornament, The T.S.O. Tribute Band
Ornament the Trans-Siberian Orchestra tribute band will be at Tioga Downs this Saturday. There will be two shows taking place in the Hotel Event Center, one at 6 and one at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20.
A Christmas Carol
The Cider Mill Stage on Nanticoke Avenue in Endicott will be hosting the play A Christmas Carol Thursday, and Friday, at 7 p.m. and two shows on Saturday and Sunday. Click here for more information.
Jingle Bells Holiday Lights Display
Animal Adventure in Harpursville is holding their Jingle Bells Holiday Lights Display each night this weekend from 5 until 10 pm. The last admissions are sold at 9 pm. You can walk through the zoo while feeding animals and checking out all the light displays.
Roberson's annual Home for the Holidays
If you love seeing decorated Christmas trees then Home for the Holidays at the Roberson Museum and Science Center is the place to go. They say there are over 100 trees decorated bye Binghamton area businesses and nonprofit organizations.
The Forest of Lights at Tall Pines Players Club
If you feel like making a trip to Friendsville Pennsylvania, just outside of Montrose, check out the Forest of Lights at Tall Pines Players Club. You drive through portions of the golf course that are lit with different light displays. Then you can stop at Santa's Workshop before you leave where the kids can meet Santa, enjoy some hot chocolate and s'mores, and even write a letter to Santa while you are there.