Live Nativity and real reindeer make Christmas event extra special

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HUDSON, Ohio — Historic downtown Hudson came to life during the city’s annual Holiday Walk.

A live Nativity took place on the Clocktower green, courtesy of the First Congregational Church of Hudson.

The church set up a manager with people inside dressed as Mary and Joseph, as well as a baby doll Jesus.

Plus, there were shepherds, angels and the Three Wise Men, a real camel, donkey and lamb.

petting zoo

The live Nativity was a great photo opportunity for families and reminded them of the reason for the season.

First & Main sponsored horse and carriage rides, and Santa’s Reindeer were set up like a petting zoo.

The event also included live music, refreshments, drawings and more.

If you missed this year’s Hudson Holiday Walk, which took place on Sunday, December 7 from noon to 5 p.m., there’s always next year.

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