How about a national gathering of people who, as infants, played the role of the baby Jesus in long-ago Christmas pageants? There could be seminars, speakers and much social time. “When did you portray the Christ child?” “It was way back in 1955. I went for restrained and understated. From what I understand, my performance was well received"/Paul Turner, The Slice. More here.
DFO: I once played a donkey in a Christmas play, with gray paper ears. My son, then 5, rode me to the manger at a Post Falls church that went out of business a short time later. How about you?
Question: Did you ever perform in a Christmas play? Which character?