The Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Department has announced a new event for families to enjoy the winter season. The Jingle Bell Jam will debut on Dec. 9 at the Veterans Building in City Park. This event is sponsored by the Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Foundation and will include many free and fun activities for youth and families to enjoy.
Scheduled activities include the following:
Kids and family recreational activities will be held from 2-5 p.m. Fun, free family activities will be offered, including holiday and winter-themed arts and crafts, music, and recreational games. There will be cookie decorating stations and free hot chocolate while supplies last sponsored by the Bowling Green Parks & Recreation Foundation.
Jingle Bell story time will start at 2 p.m. Join us for story time with Wood County District Public Library.
Santa Clause will visit from 3-4 p.m. Santa Clause will drop in for a brief visit, so be sure to arrive early to catch him while he is in town.
Musical performances start at 3 p.m. Many young talented voices from Bowling Green City Schools will add holiday cheer to the festivities with their caroling, as members of the elementary school choir, the Bobcat Beats, and the Madrigals will be in attendance singing familiar favorites.
Jingle Bell jog starts at 4 p.m. Put on your jingle bells to help set the mood and join others from the community for a fun holiday-themed one mile race/runaround City Park. The event is free for everyone to participate in, but all participants are required to check in and register. Race day registration and check-in will open at 3:15 p.m. in the lobby area inside the Veteran’s Building at City Park. The run/walk will consist of two laps around City Park for a total of one mile. Prizes for top finishers in different age groups.
For more details about this event, contact Ivan Kovaecvic at [email protected].