The Christmas season has begun in LH!

Michael Nestor, of Lock Haven, gets his face painted to look like Rudolph by Downtown Town Lock Haven Inc. Manager Kasey Campbell.
Aiden Warner, of Lock Haven, smiles as he speaks with Santa at The Station Gallery.
From left, Arabella Onuskanich, Ryder Warren, Summer Ingram and Zaylie Warren, all of Lock Haven, get their picture taken with Santa and Mrs. Claus after story time at the Ross Library.
Dakota Wilson first pumps the air during his train ride.
Max Poleto, of Lock Haven, tells Santa what he’d like most for Christmas at The Station Gallery.
Santa and Mrs. Claus chat with Chrismouse and Michael Schloegl, author of The Chrismouse Story and its sequel Chrismouse and the Nutcracker Ballet. Michael and Chrismouse read his newest story at the Ross Library during an event sponsored by the Friends of the Ross Library, Lock Haven Fraternal Order of the Eagles and Youth Service Librarian Nancy Antram.
Members of the public peruse some of the art available for sale at The Station Gallery on Saturday. The gallery will have a variety of items for sale throughout December and into January as part of their Holiday Show and Sale.
James and Sara Monoski and Oliver Summers, all of Lock Haven, enjoy a ride on Thomas the Tank Engine during Haven Holidays.

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Michael Nestor, of Lock Haven, gets his face painted to look like Rudolph by Downtown Town Lock Haven Inc. Manager Kasey Campbell during Downtown Lock Haven Inc.’s Haven Holidays on Saturday. Click through the gallery above to see what fun took place this weekend.

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