Christmas Countdown: When does it all end at the theme parks?

The more, the merrier, right? The Christmas celebrations last for quite a while after Dec. 25 at Orlando's theme parks attractions. Here's a last-call list for the recurring holiday programming:

DEC. 22 and 23: Mannheim Steamroller's last two concerts of the season at Universal Studios' Music Plaza. Showtime is 6 p.m. both nights.

DEC. 30: The final Candlelight Processional at Epcot, featuring Marlee Matlin and interpreter Jack Jason. Performances are at 5 p.m., 6:45 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. (In the meantime, celebrity narrators include Trace Adkins on Friday and Saturday, Gary Sinise on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and Amy Grant Dec. 26-28. Matlin also appears Dec. 29.)

DEC. 31: SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration concludes, including holiday versions of the killer-whale show and sea-lion show. Special presentations such as an ice-skating show and the stage show “O Wondrous Night,” which retells the Christmas story. (Although it’s not a holiday presentation, “Peanuts … Naturally,” a salute to Charles Schulz's comic strips, closes at Orange County Regional History Center on this day, too)

JAN. 1: Universal Orlando says so long to the Macy’s Holiday Parade  at Universal Studios and the “Grinchmas Wholiday Spectacular” at Islands of Adventure. The “Holidays in Space” programming ends at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex (although Mr. and Mrs. Claus bug out on the 24th), and it’s the last day of ICE! at Gaylord Palms Resort.

JAN. 2: The Mickey’s Jingle Jungle Parade wraps it up at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

JAN. 6: The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights calls it a night at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.