Music, ice carving part of the holiday celebration at Peck Farm Park

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 12/15/2018 6:30 PM
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  • Santa gets a high-five from Kaden Oberg, 2, of Elburn, Saturday during Christmas on the Farm at Peck Farm Park in Geneva. People got to spend the evening enjoying some of the pleasures of Christmas past.

      Santa gets a high-five from Kaden Oberg, 2, of Elburn, Saturday during Christmas on the Farm at Peck Farm Park in Geneva. People got to spend the evening enjoying some of the pleasures of Christmas past. Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Max Barajas of Nadeau's Ice Sculptures begins his carving Saturday during Christmas on the Farm at Peck Farm Park in Geneva. People got to spend the evening enjoying some of the pleasures of Christmas past.

      Max Barajas of Nadeau's Ice Sculptures begins his carving Saturday during Christmas on the Farm at Peck Farm Park in Geneva. People got to spend the evening enjoying some of the pleasures of Christmas past. Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

Families celebrated the holiday season Saturday at Peck Farm Park in Geneva.

The event included a two-hour ice carving demonstration by Nadeau's Ice Sculptors, live holiday music from Paper Boats and the Geneva High School Choir, and a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus.

Throughout the evening, visitors gathered around the fireplace inside the historic Peck Farm Park house for a story with Mrs. Claus, and stayed warm outside by the fire in George's Circle.

L.L. Bean was even on-site to demonstrate how to build a shelter and how to layer clothing for proper protection in the cold temperatures.

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