Holiday Fun

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Lights Before Christmas The Toledo Zoo and KeyBank hosts the 2015 Lights Before Christmas through January 3, 2016. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

Sun.-Thur. 3-8pm (Zoo closes at 9pm)

Fri-Sat 3-9pm (Zoo closses at 10pm)

$14 General, $11 Children (ages 2-11), $11 per Senior, $7 Parking

For info call 419-385-4040, www.toledozoo.org

Noon Year’s Eve

Ring in the New Year a little early with the little ones on 12/31 for Noon Year’s Eve. This family event will include watching the ball rise at noon, an apple juice toast, races down the ice slide, ice carving, and crafts.

Toledo Zoo

December 31, 2016

11am-1pm

North Pole Express A short drive to Findlay lets you ride a quarter-scale train past dazzling holiday lights and decorations, HO & Lionel train layouts and visit a beautifully decorated museum. Free admission and a train ride for active duty service members and their immediate family upon presentation of a valid D.O.D. ID in Findlay Ohio.

419-423-2995 | nworrp.org

Walleye Winterfest

A celebration of Walleye and Ice!

Watch the Walleye play at Huntington Center (no outdoor rink this year) along with adult/child hockey clinics, open skating time, Holy Toledo Night, Spike’s Birthday Bash, Superhero and Villain Night , and the Winterfest Youth Hockey Tournament from December 20 to January 9.

www.toledowalleye.com/winterfest

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