8 Activities For You And Your Sisters This Holiday Season

Sorority Holiday Activities

Christmas trees, eggnog and jingle bells! The holidays are upon us, so it’s time to spread some cheer. Here are some of our favorite activities for you and your sisters this season.

Go Ice Skating

Find your local ice rink and have a skate date. It’s the perfect time to bundle up in your favorite scarf & beanie and catch up with your sisters.

Have a Baking Party

Baked goods are essential during the holidays. Have a cookie exchange where every sister brings their favorite goodie to swap or bake sugar cookies & have a decorating party. Just don’t forget the milk!

Go Caroling

Bundle up and go door to door spreading Christmas cheer. If your school has a Greek row, make it a Greek caroling night. Fa-la-la-laah!

Volunteer

There are so many ways to give back during the holidays. Serve at your local shelter, donate toys through a local drive, write a letter to Santa and send it through Macy‘s or visit a nursing home to name a few.

Look at Christmas Lights

Is anything more beautiful than Christmas lights during the holidays? We don’t think so. Gather your sisters and enjoy the twinkling lights on foot or by car.

See a Christmas Show

Get dressed up and head to a local production of a classic holiday show. A Christmas Carol, The Nutcracker and White Christmas are always a great choice.

Have a Movie Night

Some of our favorite holiday movies include It’s a Wonderful Life, The Santa Clause and of course, Elf. Pop in your favorite and stock up with the four main food groups: candy, candy canes, candy corns and syrup.

Take Family Photos

Gather the whole chapter and snap a fun holiday photo for cards to be sent to faculty, staff & parents or keep it smaller and just grab your family for an intimate photo sesh. Want to add an extra touch of fun? Wear matching shirts! Here at Adam Block Design we can customize the perfect shirt for any occasion.

Now head out and have some fun! Happy Holidays from our family to yours.

Contributed by Jenny Ruvalcaba

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