The Coshocton County Beacon November 22, 2017 - Page 15

NOVEMBER 22, 2017 Roscoe Village announces plans for Christmas candlelightings Horse-drawn carriage rides, roasted chestnuts, strolling carolers, hands-on crafts, A Roscoe Christmas tour, and holi- day shopping and dining in Roscoe Vil- lage. Free cookies and hot-mulled cider will be available later in the afternoon at the center of the village. Activities may vary for each Christmas Candlelighting and some may require a fee to partici- pate. Returning for the second year, on Sat- urday, Dec. 16, is the Christmas Crafters Event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Lock Landing, located on the lower level of the visitor center. Crafters will showcase homemade items that are perfect for holiday gifting. For further information, contact the Roscoe Village Visitor Center at 800-877-1830 or visit www.roscoevil- or visit Historic Roscoe Village on Facebook. AWARDED in the TOP 25% of Home Health Companies in the USA Accepting pediatric patients through elderly As a leading provider of home health services, our team of professionals at Health Services of Coshocton takes pride in serving the area’s needs with the skill of a professional and the compassion of a family member. Our array of services includes: • Skilled Nursing • Wound Care • Therapies (Physical, Occupational, & Speech) • Personal Care and Homemaker Services • Respite Services • Medication Reminders Serving Coshocton, Holmes, Muskingum, and Tuscarawas Counties. Contributed | Beacon Contact us Today! 740-622-7406 2_1 COSHOCTON - The 46th annual Christmas Candlelighting Ceremonies in Roscoe Village will be held as follows: The Roscoe Village Foundation will host the can- dlelighting ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 2 and the Coshocton Visitors’ Bureau, sponsored by the Roscoe Village Busi- ness Association, will host the candle- lighting ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 9. Visitors to the candlelightings will experience a truly old-fashioned Christ- mas. Listen to a Christmas story and enjoy holiday music as everyone gathers around the stage in the center of the village to witness the lighting of a 30-foot Christmas tree. The honorary candle- lighter will light his/her candle from the main candle on stage, then the flame is passed through the crowd. As the candle lighting spreads, each guest joins in the singing of “Silent Night,” until everyone’s candle is glowing. Both candlelighting ceremonies begin at 6 p.m. Parking and admission is free to the public. A variety of family fun activities will be offered throughout the day including: THE BEACON 15 Affordable Housing Head Start 330-674-9100 740-622-1412 Family Planning Emergency Services & Shelters & Health Services 740-622-9801 740-622-2829 Home Energy Assistance (HEAP) Senior Services 740-622-9801 740-622-4852 Weatherization Dental Clinic & Energy Efficiency 419-289-4957 740-622-9801 Making our service area a better place to live.