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East Shelby church welcomes community for Old Fashioned Christmas

Provided photos: Lorna Klotzbach of Pembroke gives horse and buggy rides during an Old Fashioned Christmas at East Shelby Community Bible Church.

By Ginny Kropf, correspondent Posted 5 December 2019 at 2:30 pm

Kyle and Anneliese Wroblewski are Mary and Joseph during Old Fashioned Christmas on Sunday.

MEDINA – An Old Fashioned Christmas has become an annual tradition at the East Shelby Community Bible Church.

This year’s event will be from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday and will feature a variety of activities which honor Christmas celebrations from the past.

Old Fashioned Christmas takes place in the historic 1800s miniature village of West Jackson Corners. Named for what East Shelby was called in the 1800s, West Jackson Corners is across from the church at 5278 East Shelby Rd.

The annual event features Dickens-style caroling, horse and buggy rides, hands-on activities, (such as making your own swag) and enjoying hot chocolate and other homemade Christmas treats.

The day will begin with a Christmas concert at 12:30 p.m. by the church’s Band of Renown. As always, there is a visit from Santa.

Visitors this year will be glad to learn the church has a new, larger parking lot which will accommodate all of their guests, while keeping them closer to the festivities.

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