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Whether you're staying in the area for the holidays or visiting loved ones, there is plenty to do in the Fox Cities this holiday season.
A Very Neenah December
This season, A Very Neenah Christmas has transformed into A Very Neenah December. While many of the events during this month-long celebration have sold out, there are still plenty of ways to join in on the Christmas cheer. The elves at Future Neenah are collecting letters addressed to Santa in their bright red mailbox. Be sure to have the letters in by December 19 so Mr. Claus can send a message back. Other businesses have gotten into the spirit by decorating their storefronts with beautiful window displays. Take a stroll in downtown Neenah before December 31 to see all of the festive displays.
Celebrations Around the World at the Building for Kids
This December the Building for Kids is helping children discover different celebrations from all over the world. The small group programs will allow you and your loved ones to travel the world without leaving the Fox Cities. The programs include:
Click here to sign up.
Hearthstone Victorian Christmas: Little Women
Every holiday season, the Hearthstone Historic House Museum decks its halls with historically accurate Victorian Christmas decorations. This year, the Hearthstone draws inspiration from one of the most famous works of the Victorian era, Little Women. Celebrate Christmas with the March family as you move from room to room and see stunning trees and decorations that bring the themes of the beloved novel to life.
Christkindlmarket at 313 Dodge
313 Dodge has turned their patio into a Christkindlmarket this December. The market features an updated food menu with traditional German cuisine, hot Gluewhein, and some featured vendors on select days. Eat, drink, shop, and be merry on weekends in December.
For a complete listing of events, click here.
Grab take out from one of these local Fox Cities eateries to support local businesses and take a night off from the kitchen.
Zuppas Market, Cafe & Catering - Zuppas Cafe makes family-sized dinners complete with an entre, sides, and even dessert. The dinners are always changing and feed about 4-5 people, head over to their Facebook page to see what's on the menu tonight!
Jerk Joint - Jerk Joint serves Jamaican Cuisine in heaping portions. Stop in and grab their jerk chicken tacos with mango pico de gallo or their smoked rum pulled pork sandwich. Order a single serving of pineapple upside-down cake for a sweet end to your meal.
For a complete listing of area restaurants, click here.
Igloos at Mr. Brews Taphouse - The outdoor patio at Mr. Brews has been covered with a see-through igloo. Gather your loved ones for an dining experience under the shelter of an igloo at Mr. Brews.
The Trout Museum of Art - The art museum is open and ready to welcome visitors. Take in exhibits like The Trout Collection, Through the Needle's Eye, Art is Her, and Seventeen Weeks. The Museum is open every day except Mondays and major holidays.
Get Outside - The Fox Cities are ripe with the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors. Check out this blog on fun winter activities including snowshoeing and cross country skiing by clicking here.