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There are plenty of activities throughout the city this holiday season. Residents are encouraged to take steps to stay COVID-free this holiday season - wash hands frequently, social distance when out and about, and always wear a face covering when indoors and social distancing is not possible.
Photos with Santa this SaturdayKids can get a free photo with Santa from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Dec. 19, at the Downtown Farmers' Market located at 100 Magnolia Ave. between Beach Street and Palmetto Avenue. Santa will be wearing a mask, and everyone who comes for a photo should also wear a mask and practice social distancing. The free photographs will be sent via email or text to the parent or guardian before Friday, Dec. 25.
Bright Lights & Merry Nights Holiday Lights MapEnjoy holiday lights throughout the city with a map to the light displays. To view the map, or have your home or business added, visit www.codb.us/holidaylights.
Daytona International Speedway Magic of LightsThis light tour is a paid admission that is open daily from 6 to 10 p.m. The entrance is at the intersection of International Speedway and Bill France boulevards.
ONE DAYTONA is hosting family-friendly events this holiday season including:
Additional holiday activity resources:https://www.386area.com/christmas/https://www.eventbrite.com/d/fl--daytona-beach/holiday--events/https://fun4daytonakids.com/Whats-Happening/Holiday-Events/
Santa visits neighborhoods, Dec. 12Santa had a busy day Saturday, Dec. 12, as he rode on a fire truck and made stops at the Schnebly Recreation Center, Midtown Community Center and Derbyshire Park so residents could take holiday photos with him that were socially-distanced.
Fire Department collects thousands of toys for local familiesThe fire department’s annual toy drive collected enough toys to help about 800 families, with each child receiving three to four toys.
Shop with a CopThe police department held its annual Shop with a Cop event, which provided 25 local families with $250 in spending money for a shopping spree at Walmart.
Youth treated to shopping spreeAcademy Sports + Outdoors, in coordination with B-CU’s athletics program and DBPD, treated 10 kids who have participated in the city’s Leisure Services programs to a shopping spree Saturday.