Christmas in the Village

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Aubree Deprez, 17 months, shows off her bronco riding skills by riding with no hands atop one of the TJ Stable ponies that were on hand at Thursday’s Christmas in the Village at the Chatham-Kent Children’s Safety Village. Grandpa John Deprez was close by to offer assistance.

Families flocked to the Chatham-Kent Children’s Safety Village Thursday evening to take part in Christmas in the Village.

From hay rides and pony rides, to a stroll through the safety village, which was decorated for the holiday season, parents, grandparents and children enjoyed a variety of outdoor activities.

Inside, they could write letters to Santa, look at Christmas gift options, enjoy snacks and more.

Avery Stewart, 7, right, reacts after her brother, Chase, 3, told The Chatham Voice what he wants for Christmas: “Presents!” Mom Cheryl can only smile at the interaction as the family fills out letters to Santa at Christmas in the Village, which took place at the Chatham-Kent Children’s Safety Village Dec. 11. Chase later admitted those presents could include such items as cars and space games.
Avery Stewart, 7, right, reacts after her brother, Chase, 3, told The Chatham Voice what he wants for Christmas: “Presents!” Mom Cheryl can only smile at the interaction as the family fills out letters to Santa at Christmas in the Village, which took place at the Chatham-Kent Children’s Safety Village Dec. 11. Chase later admitted those presents could include such items as cars and space games.
Lincoln Pfaff, 2, waits his turn for a ride on the TJ Stables ponies at Christmas in the Village Dec. 11, while his mom, Jackie, offers support.
Lincoln Pfaff, 2, waits his turn for a ride on the TJ Stables ponies at Christmas in the Village Dec. 11, while his mom, Jackie, offers support.
The hayride awaits.
The hayride awaits.

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