WAYLAND — It is that time of year again when children will be caroling, horses will be pulling sleighs, hot cocoa will be steaming in mugs, and good Ole Saint Nick will be spreading cheer.


On Dec. 7 from 3:30 to 8 p.m. there will be plenty of activities available in Wayland. The points of interest will be Main Street, Wayland American Legion, Wayland Area Historical Society, and the Living Nativity outside of Five Star Bank.


Here are some of the vendors that will be at Christmas in Wayland this year: Cabin Creek Creations, Wendy Fairbrother, Avon - Gail Woodhams, Bunny Gerber & Bonnie Brunswick, June Applin, Yvonne Griswold, Shephard Honey & Maple, Trudy Stellpflug, Pretty Things, Jill Miller, Cross My Heart, All Western Evergreen Nursery & Christmas Tree Farms, Tastefully Simple - Wendy Consler, Springwater EMS, Usborne Books - Ruth Young Card, Metallurgy for the Birds, Bonnie Kirkum, Goose Run Maple Farm, Tupperware - Dana Clark, Stan Kawczynski, Wayland Free Library, Party Lite - Kathryn Bruzser and Boy Scout Troop 58. Lots of homemade items, foods, and gifts. Come down and support the vendors at the legion and historical society.


Proceeds go to benefit Coats for Kids and Wayland Little House.


Wayland Rotary Club member Renae Coley is coordinating the event this year and is pleased with the new vendors.


Wayland Rotary Club member Jean McMillan said new this year is the Christmas Tree Lights across from the Wayland American Legion at Quinlans.


“The legion donated the tree. We will have the tree lighting at Quinlans this year,” she said. “It will give us all a much easier access to the tree.”


McMillan mentioned that something very special is happening at the Wayland Historical Society this year.


“The Wayland Library will have cards for troops at the historical society,” she said. “People can fill out a message on the ornament-shaped cards to send to our troops. We want to send love to our troops, and show we support them even though they are not home.”


Santa Claus will be available at the legion at 5 p.m. for the children. The Living Nativity is put on by Cohocton Assembly of God from 5 to 7 p.m. Carolers will be singing down Main Street at 5:45 p.m. Quinlan's tree lighting will take place at 6 p.m. Wagon rides will be put on by Cory Mark Farms.