🎼 ‘Tis the season to be JOLLY 🎅🏻 fa la la la la, la la la 🎄 🎶 What are some COVID-Friendly Holiday Activities? How do you do all the holiday cheer…but from a distance!?
In 2020, you’ll need to be jolly six feet apart and with your mask please. 😷 🦠
Here’s a list of five things to do to be festive and celebrate the season, even during a global pandemic.
In Fort Collins, Spring Creek Gardens Garden of Lights. Set to run from 4:15-9 p.m. nightly from Dec. 4-30 (excluding Christmas Day). Check out https://www.fcgov.com/gardens/garden-of-lights to learn more about tickets.
Walk downtown and look at the lights! Fort Collins has block after block illuminated nightly with thousands of LED holiday lights!
Realities for Children local nonprofit will be illuminating a giant “tree” of blue lights as part of its annual NightLights fundraising push to raise money for our area’s at-risk children. The tree — located at First Presbyterian Church, 531 S. College Ave. — will light up each night in December and features a light show every 30 minutes from 7 to 10 p.m. https://www.realitiesforchildren.com/events/night-lights/
Habitat for Humanity’s house is an amazing display sure to impress even the most Grinch-like family member. Located at 321 and 325 Albion Way in Fort Collins, Colorado http://www.lightsforhabitat.com/
Loveland is going on a Gnome Hunt and you can join! You can hunt for Herbie the holiday gnome and his little gnome friends, who are set up across the city. Hunt for Herbie and his friend and take photos with them for the chance to win some prizes. Loveland’s holiday gnome hunt runs from Nov. 20 through Jan. 1. For more information on how it works, head to visitlovelandco.org/gnomes.
What are your top holiday to-dos? Leave us a comment below and share!
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