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Winter Festival

December 6 @ 6:00 pm-8:30 pm

Winter Fest Carrolers

The most wonderful time of the year is just around the corner and we have exciting events planned to welcome the holiday season. Join us for an evening of ice sculpting, horse-drawn carriage rides, visits with Santa and his reindeer and UA’s tree lighting ceremony. Don’t miss the Giant Human Snow Globe for you to climb inside and capture your favorite holiday photo.

CAROLING: 6:30 pm
Jones Middle School Honors Choir (Directed by Sarah Santilli), Hastings Middle School Honors Choir (Directed by David Monseur), Windermere Fourth Grade Choir (Directed by Dulcy Delcamp), Tremont Choir (Directed by Constantino Benedetti), Barrington Choir (Directed by Debbie Gibson & Angi Brooks), Wickliffe Choir (Directed by Kathie Zelnik) and Greensview Choir (Directed by Judy Kenny)

City of Upper Arlington’s Mayor leads the community in lighting the City’s holiday tree.

Horse-drawn carriage rides, visit with Santa, live reindeer display, ice sculpting demonstrations, bonfire & S’mores and a life size snow globe for photos sponsored by Cook & Mess Orthodontics. The snow globe is located on the northeast corner of Arlington Avenue and Devon Road.

Event is held rain or shine, although some activities may not be offered. Call 614-583-5345 day-of for weather updates.


December 6
6:00 pm-8:30 pm
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Mallway Park
2096 Upper Arlington Ave
Upper Arlington, OH 43221 United States
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