CW’s Christmas in the Village

Messenger photos by Linda Dillman
Event organizer Jill Amos (left) spends time with railroad historian Corey Sperling, (right) at the model train display inside the Queen of the Line Depot during Canal Winchester’s Christmas in the Village event, held Dec. 2-3. The display was just one of many activities taking place during the Canal Winchester Area Historical Society’s Storybook Christmas held in conjunction with Christmas in the Village.
Santa Claus spent time inside Canal Winchester’s historic Interurban Station hearing the Christmas wishes of children like Izzy, 6, (left) who attends Indian Trail and her brother Bryson, 11, (right) who attends Winchester Trail.
Emily Snoke (left) and Lea Regoli (right) traveled from Amanda to Canal Winchester to see handmade gingerbread houses and other holiday displays during the annual holiday festivities.
Amie Roth, a junior with the Canal Winchester High School performing arts depart, readies a display for the Dec. 2 presentation of A Storybook Christmas.
Canal Winchester High School student thespians, from left to right, Max Yoakam, Grey Lynsey, and Brogan Pauwels portrayed characters from “The Polar Express.”
Students from Canal Winchester High School’s performing arts department provided music and theatrics throughout the historical society’s complex as part of the organization’s Polar Express Storybook Christmas. Pictured from left to right in costume are: Julia Snider, Jayme Parker, and Jordan Parker.
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