Don't Forget: It's your last weekend to enjoy the last breath of Christmas in Caldwell as they end out, "Winter Wonderland."

It's easy to forget the great things we have when all this craziness is happy across the country. I want to share reminders each day and it's never too late to celebrate the holiday feels of Christmas.

My tree is still up and we watched Tim Allen's Santa Clause this morning and Christmas Story twice yesterday. I've never been the early holiday guy but I'm not fighting it this year because my kids love it. This is also another reason to get your family out of the house and take a walk through the miles of Christmas lights to welcome 2021.

Caldwell celebrates 13 years of their annual holiday light display and will start taking things down next. That means it's your last weekend to enjoy a socially safe experience with your family.

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You can visit Downtown Caldwell for one million light displays, ice skating, or just enjoy some warm cocoa. Leave the drama behind, forget what's been keeping us locked inside for so long, and enjoy Winter. I don't see any snow in the forecast, but they've managed to be all over the place this year.

I love all the photos taken by the water and the massive light tunnel. Could Santa make an appearance in Indian Creek Plaza? No, the last thing Santa needs is your kids complaining they didn't get what they asked for! Maybe that would just be mine.

Enjoy and tag me on Instagram if you go out. If you've already been please tag me or share those holiday photos with me in my DM.

Courtesy: Destination Caldwell

 

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