Christmas in CW

Messenger photos by Linda Dillman
Historic downtown Canal Winchester hosted the annual Christmas in the Village festival as well as the Canal Winchester Area Historical Society’s “A Storybook Christmas” on Dec. 3-4. Pictured here is Patty Flowers arranging ornaments on a Christmas tree inside the lobby of the Queen of the Line Depot.
Eight-year-old Liam DeVoe, right, and his younger brother Hunter, left, 7, both from Canal Winchester, enjoyed seeing the holiday sights.
Jeff Kerr (left) points out a whimsical alien spaceship landing in a train display to his three-year-old grandson Logan Kerr.
Miss Canal Winchester Queen and Ohio Dominican freshman Leslie Johnson (left) and Junior Miss third attendant Emalee Anderson (right) hand out popcorn to people attending Christmas in the Village.
Marie Gibbons (right) shares a taste of figgy pudding with fellow Canal Winchester Area Historical Society volunteer Leslie Ruth.
Canal Winchester High School thespian Connor Turney brings Ebenezer Scrooge to life during a retelling of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” inside the Prentiss School on Dec. 3.
Canal Winchester Area Historical Society volunteers Leslie Ruth, (left) and April Warner (right) were part of the festivities celebrating the holidays with a Dickens theme throughout the grounds of the society’s complex in downtown Canal Winchester.
Canal Winchester Area Historical Society members Jill Amos, (left) and Larry Flowers (right) take a break before the start of Christmas in the Village on Dec. 3. The historical complex was the site of theatrical productions and a vendor market.
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