Homeland, Florida: Park's Christmas Makeover Included Giant Screen for Outdoor Movies

Homeland Heritage Park will host Polk County Parks and Recreation's annual Christmas Notes event Dec. 19. The park becomes a traditional Frontier and Civil War Christmas encampment from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. as re-enactment groups demonstrate Christmas traditions from the frontier. The evening portion features various activities for the whole family. The Bartow High School Camerata, the Sparling Family Singers, and A Beautiful Day musical trio will perform live holiday music in the Old Methodist Church . Families can have their photos taken with Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus at the free Walgreens photo stop.В  The Homeland general store transforms into a holiday gift shop where kids can shop for parents and other relatives.В  Other kids' activities include inflatable bounce houses, a display from Polk County Public Safety, decorate your own stocking craft and cookie decorating. A giant movie screen will show family-friendly holiday movies throughout the evening.В  Featured movies include: How the Grinch Stole Christmas at 5:30, A Charlie Brown Christmas at 6 and The Muppet Christmas Carol at 6:30.В  Homeland's Frontier Family will also read the classic story, 'Twas the Night Before Christmas, and guests can enjoy a caroling hayride to view decorated homes around the historic Homeland area. Free refreshments will be provided and a food vendor will sell hotdogs and hamburgers.В  Admission to all activities is free, but the food vendor and the general store will charge small fees. source-http://www.lakewalesnews.com/articles/2009/12/12/entertainment/doc4b22afc79a243638568605.txt

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