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Christmas in the Villages

Insider Tips & Inspiration, Arts & Entertainment, Attractions, Winter Activities
Family Friendly Activities to do Throughout December

‘Tis the season for traditions of gathering the family for fun outings in your community, and between Geneseo, Perry and Mount Morris there’s a lot of fun to be had!

In Geneseo, Christmas in the Village is Saturday, December 7th and involves many businesses throughout Geneseo’s picturesque Main street. From 10 am to 8 pm various businesses and crafters will have open houses. The Cookie Stroll starts at 2 pm and you do need advanced tickets for that but with your ticket, you can visit participating merchants and get a special treat at each one!

Photo by Scott Hooker
Photo by Scott Hooker

On Sunday, December 8th you can have your picture taken with Santa at the Wadsworth Homestead - For $10/family you can start or continue a beloved tradition in this elegantly decorated historic home. You can purchase tickets on Eventbrite to reserve your spot, today!


Christmas in Mount Morris on Saturday, December 14th from 11 am to 7:30 pm includes a whole day of amazing events for the whole family - one of the events included in the Christmas in Mount Morris celebration is a Holiday POPS Concert with the Brockport Symphony Orchestra and Featuring Vocalists Mary Wojciechowski & Michael DeLuca
For more information visit the Mount Morris website.

One of Perry’s signature events is the Holiday DeLights Festival - On December 7th you can be dazzled and delighted by a number of different activities from 5 pm - 8 pm including caroling, visits with Santa, wine tasting and more.


Always wanted to take the kids to see the Nutcracker? Well, no problem, withness the artistic spectical from December 13th-15th for free. For more info visit Genesee Dance Theater

The Christmas Carol is a traditional favorite, however, this performance has a little fun twist on the holiday favorite. Infused with puppetry this haunted tale of Ebenezer Scrooge will only have two actors and one puppeteer! Get your tickets for performances through December on Eventbrite