Posts Tagged: holiday events Marion Indiana

A Christmas Carol

A heartwarming Christmas classic presented by Marion Civic Theatre, based on the beloved Dickens tale. Bring your family and begin a holiday tradition! Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by a series of ghosts on Christmas Eve that show him the error of his selfish ways and attempt to change before it’s entirely too late. Directed by Tabetha Nice. Sunday matinee 2pm. Adult tickets $12, Senior/Student tickets $10.  Celebrate the love and warmth of the season with us.

Christmas at The Carnegie

Join us for Christmas stories, cookies and hot cocoa in the historic Carnegie building at the Marion Public Library.

Family Book Club

Join us as we listen to a reading of Michael J. Rosen’s ‘Elijah’s Angel’. Enjoy hot cocoa and holiday cookies as the story unfolds – an unlikely friendship set against the backdrop about Hanukkah and Christmas. Rosen writes picture books for children and poetry for adults. Register in the Children’s Activity Room; event limited to 10 families.

Live Nativity at the Walkway of Lights

Join us for this special evening at the Walkway of Lights. For one night only Bethlehem comes alive in Matter Park. Brought to you by Colonial Oaks, Wesleyan & Rolling Meadows. Hot chocolate, cookies, door prizes, Santa, and more at the Garden House in Matter Park.

Mississinewa Valley Band Christmas Concert

Join us for the annual holiday concert ‘Yuletide Spectacular at the Phillippe’ on the Marion campus of Indiana Wesleyan University. No admission charge. The Mississinewa Valley Band will play traditional holiday favorites, and features selections with the Flute Choir and the Mississinewa Valley Swing Band. The band will be joined by Faith in Motion Dance Studio, a Vocal Quartet, and Spencer Bunch. To finish off the festive eventing, the band invites everyone to join them for a cookie and punch reception following the performance.

Seasonal Stargazing: Winter and Season of Lights

This special show explores the wonders of the night sky during this holiday season, as carols tell of a special star that shone long ago. The public is invited, but seating is limited and on a first-come, first-seated basis on the day of the show. No admission charge.  Doors open 30 minutes prior to show. Enter through Door 22 at the front of the building.  Shows at 2pm and 5pm both days.