Every holiday season in the Magic Valley is packed full of fun events, Christmas light displays, and a ton to do and see. There are great sales to be had, there are parades to attend, there are lights to see, and it is nearly impossible to see and do it all. There isn't enough time, and it is easy to get to the end of the holiday season and realize you skipped something you had hoped to do. The next year rolls around, and the same thing happens, where you miss out on one or two events, parades, or displays you wanted to see. If you want to experience the best of Christmas in the Magic Valley, you should attempt to complete a Christmas Bucket List and check off as you do each thing through the holiday season.

Christmas Bucket List for the Magic Valley

Filling out a bucket list can be fun, but it can also be difficult because you don't want to leave something off. Following Idaho Bucket List on Facebook, is a great idea, as they can put a list together for you, and you can take it as a challenge to try and complete everything. They recently came out with a Christmas list, and if you are looking to try and get the most out of the holiday season this year, then you may want to check it out above. The list is divided into events and Christmas light displays. Unfortunately, many of the events have already occurred, but there are still some you can do, such as Lost in Christmas at the Burley Straw Maze and the Living Nativity. As far as the Christmas Light Displays go, you can still attempt to see all of them this season.

Creating an Idaho Christmas Bucket List

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With many of the events above having already passed, it is best to print out the list and attempt it next year, but that doesn't mean you can't have one for this season. There is still plenty of time until the holiday season is over, and plenty to still do, see, and enjoy. Sometimes, staying in and doing the little things is a great way to go, such as watching certain Christmas movies, playing games, or doing other things at home. It doesn't have to always be about going to events, but about getting the most you can out of the holiday season and creating memories with your family. That is what making a bucket list is truly about. Sit down and make one as a family, and see what you can accomplish before the end of the year. 

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Don't miss your chance to have the best holiday season possible this year and beyond. Make it a new family tradition to make a bucket list each year and attempt to complete as many as you can. Christmas movie marathons, games, events, lights, baking cookies, or whatever you and your family decide will be a goal for you all to shoot for and have fun with. Have a happy holiday season and hopefully, you can get to everything you want to before it is over.

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