If you haven’t seen Wildlights at the zoo before, it’s worth it. Thanks to LED lights and programmable displays the light effects move around, like a salmon jumping down a stream or an eagle flying overhead. There’s also an open reptile house and hot food to warm up with, real reindeer, Santa, the carousel, and the chance to have a (fake) snowball fight in Zoomazium.
Scarecrow video is showing “Christmas in Connecticut” (1945) on Wed night at the WCSC in the Good Shepherd Center from 4 to 7 PM for free. The plot: A food writer who has lied about being the perfect housewife must try to cover her deception when her boss and a returning war hero invite themselves to her home for a traditional family Christmas. Popcorn and drinks provided.
If breakfast is more your thing, next Sunday from 9 AM to 12 the WCSC will be offering up snowman-shaped pancakes, french toast, ham, vegetarian sausage, and beverages ($5 Adults/$3 Kids).