Christmas at Clay's
The last chance to see the Christmas at Clay’s state-of-the-art light show and Christmas festival at Clay’s Park Resort will be from 5-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Drive through nearly two miles of Christmas lights while listening to music hand selected by the Christmas at Clay's team. The final destination of the drive is "The North Pole." Park your sleigh and walk over to the viewing stage and enjoy the 2016 Light Show, "Let It Glow." It’s a 15 minute, state-of-the-art light show synchronized with holiday music. View Ohio's only fully programmable pixel mapped Christmas Tree that will be sitting in the middle of the lake. The tree is over four stories tall and each and every bulb - more than 10,000 of them - is computer controlled.
Walk through North Park
Grab the family and bundle up for the cold and take a walk through Jackson Township’s North Park, which has a children’s playground, two gazebos, a pond and plenty of walking trails. Spend an afternoon while the kids are on holiday break and spend time together in the park. The park is located on Fulton Road across from Jackson High School.
Explore the trails
Go on an expanded walk this week on one of the many Stark Parks trails. Take a long leisurely walk and enjoy the outdoors along with all the winter wildlife. Go to www.starkparks.com for a complete list of trails.
Catch a movie
Need something to do with family in town and the kids out of school? Log onto one of the Cinemark movie theatre websites for listings of movies. Or, take a look at the listing for the Canton Palace Theatre in downtown Canton or the Lions Lincoln Theatre in downtown Massillon.