One of the special memories I have from childhood Christmases is that one year we went to see A Christmas Carol at Ford Theatre in Washington D.C. This is the theatre where Abraham Lincoln was assassinated. At the time I didn't have a lot of appreciation for history, but even I was impressed to walk inside and look around. They show A Christmas Carol there every year, and while we aren't in a position to go see it at Ford Theatre this year, I was able to take the boys to a mini spin off of the play that was done by Mill Mountain Children's Theatre at the downtown Roanoke library.
It was an unusual production. They made it into an old school radio rendition of the play, complete with audience interaction. The boys got to sing/read along at times. This kept their interest.
Readers, do you have any special Christmas memories of something fun you did with your family one year?