Have you already ordered all of your Christmas gifts on Amazon and are looking to get out of the house?

Would you like to maybe check out a parade? Or maybe you’d like to stay warm indoors for a Christmas play? You’re in luck.

Though it’s getting colder outside as we creep closer to the holidays, there are still plenty of activities around the area this weekend.

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The Ultimate Christmas Show

An adult-theme Christmas show will take place at the Cape May Stage from 3 to 4:30 p.m.

This is definitely a show you’ll want to book a babysitter for.

When a storm hits the Garden State Parkway, three presenters construct an ambitious Christmas show at Saint Everybody’s Non-Denominational Universalist Church. The show includes acts such as the Cleveland Castrato Choir, Confederate Christmas Carolers, Cirque du Sleigh and Patrick Stewart’s One-Man Christmas Carol from London.

Tickets range from $24 to $40. For more information, head to capemaystage.org.

Family Holiday Celebration

You can check out the holiday bazaar going on Saturday inside the Wildwoods Convention Center from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The event is free admission and includes holiday-themed crafters, photos with Santa, a children’s craft-making table, a tree-lighting ceremony and other entertainment.

Ventnor City Holiday Parade

If you’d rather stay around Atlantic County, head to Downbeach for the holiday parade and block party in Ventnor that runs from Derby to Troy avenues on Ventnor Avenue.

The event, which lasts from 6 to 8 p.m., will have inflatables, games, horse-drawn carriage rides and concessions. For more information, check out VentnorCity.org or call 609-289-2791.

Louisa May Alcott’s Christmas

At 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday at the East Lynne Theatre Company in Cape May, the opening chapters of the novel “Little Women,” along with other short stories, will be adapted and performed by ELTC artistic director Gayle Stahlhuth.

Stahlhuth will play more than 30 characters from a collection of stories that center around the Christmas season.

Tickets range from $17 to $27. For more information, see eastlynnetheatercompany.org.

Kenny Rogers’ farewell performance

Rogers will bring his annual holiday performance to the resort one last time Saturday at the Golden Nugget Atlantic City.

The artist will be performing Christmas songs and some of the classics from his decades-long catalog.

Rogers announced in 2015 “The Gambler’s Last Deal” tour would be his last.

For more info, head to ticketmaster.com.

Pinch the Grynch

UPDATE: The 5k run has been rescheduled due to the possibility of snow. The new date will be Sunday, Dec. 17. {blockquote class=”twitter-tweet” data-lang=”en”}{p lang=”en” xml:lang=”en” dir=”ltr”}DATE CHANGEDue to the impending weather, the ‘Pinch the GrYnch’ 5K Boardwalk Run has been postponed until Sunday, December 17th. All registration/race times remain the same.— Wildwoods New Jersey (@Wildwoods_NJ) December 8, 2017{/blockquote}For those looking to get a workout in before they load up on calories with holiday meals, head down to Wildwood on Saturday for the Pinch the Grynch 5K run and 1-mile walk.

The event will benefit the Lunch with Lynch foundation, which helps facilitate learning experiences for Wildwoods students through educational opportunities in and out of the classroom, according to the organization’s website.

The event is rain or shine. Registration begins at 9 a.m. at the Wildwoods Convention Center. The race starts at 10 a.m. The race will run south on the Boardwalk to Cresse Avenue, make a turn around and head north to 21st Street. After the race, there will be refreshments at the convention center as well as prizes awarded.

Registration is $30 per person, or $15 if you donate a new, unwrapped toy for local children. For more information, call 609-849-8887.

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I’ve written for multiple publications including Levittown Now, Passyunk Post, Philadelphia Neighborhoods,Temple News and JUMP Magazine. I’ve covered arts, entertainment, business, music, sports and local government. Experienced in videography.

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