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Updated: Jan 25

The holiday season brings with it a sense of warmth, community, and joy, and this year was no exception at Lyman-Morse. The annual Cookie Walk and Carriage Rides event turned the charming venue into a winter wonderland, attracting around 500 attendees who reveled in the festive spirit. Among the attendees, the children were particularly enchanted, their faces aglow with excitement as they experienced the magic of the season.

The heart of the event was the Cookie Walk, a delightful journey through a myriad of sweet treats that would make even Santa's workshop jealous. The air was filled with the irresistible scent of freshly baked cookies, drawing visitors in with promises of sugary delights. Tables adorned with festive decorations showcased an array of cookies, each a testament to the creativity and culinary skills of the bakers.

Families strolled through the venue, filling their bags and hearts with holiday cheer. The Cookie Walk wasn't just a chance to satisfy sweet cravings; it was an opportunity for the community to come together, share smiles, and spread the joy of the season.

Adding an extra touch of magic to the event were the enchanting carriage rides, which transported attendees to a world straight out of a holiday storybook. The gentle clip-clop of hooves echoed through the air as horse-drawn carriages meandered through the winter landscape, providing a picturesque backdrop for families and friends to create lasting memories.

As the last cookie was savored and the final carriage ride returned to its starting point, the Cookie Walk and Carriage Rides at Lyman-Morse left an indelible mark on the hearts of those who attended. The event served as a reminder that the magic of the holiday season is not just found in the twinkling lights and festive decorations but in the shared moments of joy, laughter, and community. It was a celebration of togetherness that turned a chilly winter day into a warm and unforgettable experience for everyone who participated.

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