The Week Ahead: Compassion Experiences, Paw Patrol Live, & Lights

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Week of December 11, 2017

It’s holiday time and there are plenty of reasons to celebrate! We’ve got tons of fun on tap for you and your fam this week with events like Paw Patrol Live, Compassion Experiences, or lights galore. Just read on, you’ll be glad you did!

-Monday, Dec. 11 The Christmas House 5:30-10 pm
360 Foster Rd, Inman, SC
REGISTRATION NOT REQUIRED
AGE RANGE: All
Check out the beautiful and festive decorations and lights!
-Tuesday, Dec. 12 Cookies with Santa at Chick Fil A of Greer 6-7:30 pm
REGISTRATION NOT REQUIRED
AGE RANGE: All Ages
Cost: Free
Cookies with the Big Guy! What could be better?!?!

-Wednesday, Dec. 13 Mommy and Me: Oh Christmas Tree Activity 10-11:30 am
REGISTRATION REQUIRED
AGE RANGE: 2-5
COST: Varies. $15 per child
What could be more fun than getting creative with your little one? Join in a Mommy and me activity for Christmas.

-Thursday Dec. 14 Roper Mountain Christmas Lights 6-10pm
REGISTRATION NOT REQUIRED
AGE RANGE: All
Cost: $15 per car
It’s the last year to see these amazing lights. Don’t miss out!

-Friday Dec. 15 Upstate Holiday Light Show at Greenville-Pickens Motor Speedway 5:45-10 pm
Cost: $20 per car
Bring the whole family to the biggest interactive LED light show in the Upstate!! Meet Santa at his workshop, Petting Zoo, Pony Corral & Ice Skating rink!
-Saturday Dec. 16 Paw Patrol Live at Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium 2-5 pm
Cost: Price varies per ticket
Join Chase, Marshall, and Rubble to catch this great show on the double.
-Sunday Dec. 17 Compassion Experience at Covenant United Methodist Church (Sign up for time required)
Cost: Free
Ever wonder what life is really like for those less fortunate? Check out a vivid way to experience it and share with the kids.

Erin Kornahrens
Erin Kornahrens is the managing Editor for Hulafrog in Greenville, SC. She went to Winthrop University for her undergraduate degree in Psychology and then got her Master's in Counseling at Columbia International University. She also is currently practicing therapy at a private practice in town. She has lived in Greenville for seven years now after returning to the upstate after going to school and living in Charleston for a few years after. She is married to Paul, mother of Emily, Caleb, and Bryce. She loves being active with her kids and finding out about the great things Greenville and the upstate has for them to do and sharing it. Erin is passionate about giving back and sharing these opportunities with her children and others as well. She also serves as a board member of Switch, which is an organization that educates and brings awareness and human trafficking and helps survivors get out of the life. Erin enjoys quiet time because it is so rare and traveling and trying out new things.
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