(WTNH) — Looking for safe weekend activities? We have eight festive ideas for you!
You can still see Scrooge in Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” this year, thanks to a virtual performance brought to us by The Shubert Theatre.
On Saturday, watch An Evening With Kelli O’Hara, a virtual live performance including holiday tunes, courtesy of UConn’s Jorgensen Center.
Check out the Through the Tulle Tours at Hill-Stead Museum. See costumes and dancers from the Ballet Theatre Company.
No tree yet? There’s still time to make a reservation and cut down your own at Jones Family Farms. Folks must wear masks for festive fun.
Take a ride at the Shore Line Trolley Museum to see Santa in his own car. Visits are setup for social distancing. Get a photo and a free gift.
Make a reservation to enjoy one of four large outdoor igloos at the Jealous Monk with a view of the holiday lights at Olde Mistick Village.
The annual Winter Welcome will be a drive-through experience in Storrs on Saturday. See lights, decorations and live performances.
And, find another drive-through light event Saturday evening. It’s Deck the Jeeps & Trucks, taking place at the Hebron Lions Fairgrounds.
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Send information about upcoming events to Sarah.Cody@wtnh.com.