Win a Family 4-Pack Tickets to Elf on the Shelf


What’s one of the best gifts you can give your kids and grandkids? The gift of an experience. Why? Because, an experience is an extra special gift, you see, it’s not just one gift, but three. The first gift being the anticipation. The excitement begins the moment you purchase those tickets and builds with each passing day. The second gift is the actual experience, the performance. And the third gift is the memory. The amazing memory of the experience, the loved ones you shared it with, the glances and  nods you gave each other as you watched it, the way your youngest laughed so hard they had to go potty. Those special intimate moments that occur during the experience that bonds loved ones and freezes them in that space and time to be treasured for the rest of their lives. And what if I told you you could start that gift giving as early as today? (Remember the first gift of an experience is the anticipation). Let’s get that anticipation started! 

It doesn’t matter if you’re a kid or a kid at heart, Christmas is the most magical time of the year! And this holiday season The Elf on the Shelf® Scout Elves return to center stage for the live musical that has captured the hearts of families everywhere. Inspired by the beloved box set The Elf on the Shelf®: A Christmas Tradition, this touring stage production is a thrilling spectacle of music and dance that transports audiences to the North Pole to glimpse the magical lives of Santa’s Scout Elves.

This toe-tapping tale tells the story of one particularly impressive Scout Elf who must help his new, human family remember the importance of Christmas cheer. Can this tiny elf, along with a host of North Pole pals, make Christmas joyous for his family once again? Featuring an original story and score, dazzling sets and costumes, and heartfelt moments that will bring the family together, this joyous and uplifting celebration will leave audiences captivated by the splendor of the season. 

THE ELF ON THE SHELF: A CHRISTMAS MUSICAL 

Where: The Stranahan Theater 

When: Friday, November 19th at 6pm

Cost: Tickets start at $29.95 

Tickets: You can purchase tickets at Etix.com.

Giveaway

Mom on the go in Holy Toledo and Mill Entertainment are teaming up to give away a family 4-pack tickets to The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Musical on Friday November 19th at 6pm.

How to Enter:

1- Share this post on Facebook or equivalent social media platform  

2- Answer the following question in the comments below, what’s your favorite thing to do at Christmas time? 

Winner will be randomly selected on August 20th at midnight.

46 thoughts on “Win a Family 4-Pack Tickets to Elf on the Shelf

      • It’s so fun to make Christmas cookies with the kids while they make extra special cookies for Santa. Building snowmen is also a favorite when it snows!

    • Christmas lights are great, we love them! My favorite though it’s probably Christmas Eve candlelight service.

    • Christmas cookie baking and decorating, driving around on a Christmas light scavenger hunt, making gingerbread houses, Toledo Zoo Lights Before Christmas, decorating my house and putting up the tree. Can you tell I love Christmas and traditions?

  • Christmas Eve church service is my favorite thing for the whole year really! I could church hop and go to as many as I could fit into the day! Lol! Unfortunately my family is good with just going to one at our own church!

    • lol! You mean they don’t want to go Christmas Eve church service hopping?! Mine probably wouldn’t either. I’d go with ya, I totally agree, there is nothing more magnificent…the candles, beautiful music, just feeling the presence of the Holy Spirit. Thank you for sharing, you are officially entered, hun

  • I look forward to the different family traditions we have – a baking day and our fondue dinner are two that come to mind.

  • Making Christmas cookies with my kids and my mom. Also taking the kids to lights before Christmas at the zoo.

    • Yes & YES!! Omg, the aroma of those cookies baking in the oven is heavenly…almost as magnificent as all the baking “assistants”, what a beautiful tradition. And lets be honest, it just isn’t the Holiday season until you visit the Lights Before Christmas at the Toledo Zoo. Thank you for sharing your favorites, you are officially entered, best of luck, love : )

  • I love when the inside is decorated and we turn off all the house lights and sit by the fireplace and Christmas tree.

    • The soft welcoming light from the fireplace and tree…the whispers of the flames in the fireplace…and the warmth of the fire, it envelops all the senses with Christmas. You are officially entered, best of luck, love

    • That’s so much fun…we even added to the fun with a Christmas Lights Scavenger Hunt that has really taken the experience to the next level. You’re officially entered into the giveaway, hun. Best of luck : )

  • I love everything about Christmas watching movies, listening to Christmas music while decorating the tree and house, while driving around looking at lights, baking and misty of all being with family ( I know it sounds corny but I love family get togethers

  • All the traditions 💚❤️💚❤️ But mostly on Christmas Eve when Santa stops by the houses and see the kids! It’s a tradition in our hometown the fire department puts on.

  • I love watching my kids open their presents and using the Christmas tree as our family room night light. The coziness is the best.

    • You totally nailed it, it’s the coziness of Christmas that helps make it extra special, the soft light from the Christmas tree, candles, and/or fireplace. And I agree with you, watching the expression on the children’s’ faces Christmas morning is a gift in itself. Thank you for sharing, Libby. You are officially entered into the giveaway, best of luck, hun

  • Our favorite Christmas activity is baking and decorating Christmas cookies; seeing what crazy, funny things our elf can think of each year, watching Christmas movies and decorating the tree as a family.

  • Our favorite thing to so is read The elf on a shelf to start the season and then decorate our tree right after.

  • My favorite thing to do at Christmas is to help my kids shop for needy children. They have fun choosing just the right gifts for the child they are helping, while learning how truly great it feels to give!

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