Posted by Neighbor for Neighbor, Inc. on Monday, November 16, 2020

Just like everything else this year, these two annual favorites are evolving for 2020.

The Trans-Siberian Orchestra and the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train are Christmas traditions for a lot of people, and with the pandemic continuing on, they've found a way to adapt - they're going virtual.

This is the first time in over 20 years that TSO has not toured with a live Christmas show. Instead, they're streaming a live show on December 18th and tickets are $30, which you can purchase HERE.

And, if you're wondering about the Canadian Pacific Christmas train, you won't even have to leave your couch to see it - you can join their Facebook Live on December 12 at 8 PM ET and help to raise money for food banks across the continent. It'lll feature performances by Serena Ryder, The Trews, JoJo Mason, Logan Staats and Kelly Prescott.

We can adapt one of two mindsets this year - we can endlessly complain and gripe about how things are different and how you don't care for it, or we can roll with the punches and adapt until things go back to normal.

I prefer the latter, and I hope you do, too. It's better for our mental health, no? And our children will emulate our attitudes, so let's keep it positive!

Make plans to snuggle up with the kids in your Christmas pajamas on the couch, grab some hot chocolate, turn on the fire and enjoy these two wonderful virtual shows for the season!

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