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On the Road to Bethlehem

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On the Road to Bethlehem

Time: November 27, 2015 to November 29, 2015
Location: Country Heritage Park
City/Town: Milton
Website or Map: http://www.countryheritagepar…
Event Type: show
Organized By: OntAG Admin
Latest Activity: May 15, 2015

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“On the Way to Bethlehem” is an outdoor Christmas Nativity Pageant. Arriving anytime from 6:30 until 8:30 pm, visitors will enter the large reception area in Gambrel Barn, where they will enjoy the music of the mass choir. When ready, groups will travel the road to Bethlehem with a “guide.” On their 30–45 minute outdoor journey, visitors will witness King Herod’s court, interact with Roman soldiers, shepherds, magi, innkeepers and fellow travelers to reveal the Christmas story. At the end of their journey, visitors will follow a lamplight walkway to the refreshment area, where their "passports" will be stamped, and they can enjoy a warm drink and a cookie. When ready, they will be given a wagon ride to the exit. This is primarily an outdoor experience so it is important to dress warmly and wear comfortable walking shoes or boots.

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