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(for Ages 25-29)

Create your own culture Christmas party. Have each set of couples take a different culture and make corresponding food and decorations.

Go to the local maple sugar farm, have breakfast, sleigh ride through the maples, and sample the taffy.

As a couple, identify a family that is struggling, either financially or emotionally and plan a secret "12 Days of Christmas" event (even when it's not Christmas time). Each evening, drop off something (gifts, food, poems, baskets, etc.) for 12 days straight. Keep your giving a secret!

Go to a local orchard and go raspberry or apple picking and make a day of it by picnicking in the same area.

Dress up and answer the door as the children come "trick or treating".

Take a drive to watch the fall colors changing. Stop and take a walk through the woods.

Go snow shoeing. Bring along snacks and plenty of beverages. For a unique experience, make your own snowshoes together.

Plant a garden for someone. Find out where they normally buy plants, and how they want the layout of the garden to look.

Go ice-skating and take New Year hats and horns. Skate the old year away and the New Year in.

Build snow sculptures and takes pictures of your artistic creations.

Construct an igloo, then climb inside and drink hot apple cider.

Bring your date to a local park (or any place with a grill) during a cold winter day. Bring ingredients to make smores (chocolate bar, graham crackers, marshmallows). Collect sticks to make the fire (you'll also need matches), toast the marshmallows and watch the chocolate freeze in place. Lot of laughs will probably follow.

Go sleigh riding or tubing. Be cautious, as you can get hurt (avoid dangerous runs and stay alert).

Play a mud football game after a rainstorm. Change clothes and have some hot chocolate.

Drive to the mountains and take in the glorious sights as the leaves are turning.

Wander around at Christmas time and look at all the lights and displays, then go somewhere for hot chocolate.

Go sleigh riding or inner-tubing in the winter.

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