Activities at this festive, family-fun community event will include:
The Stephenville Chamber of Commerce invites you to mark your calendars and plan to join us for
Holly Jolly Christmas
Monday, December 14th, 6-9 p.m.
on the Downtown Square & Plaza!
- Pictures with Santa & Mrs. Claus
- Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides
- Lighted Hay Rides
- Dance & Choir Performances
- Letters to Santa
- Cookie Decorating
- Christmas Crafts & Games
- Holiday Gift Vendors
- And Much More!
Volunteers needed for set-up and tear-down!
Call the Chamber 254-965-5313 if you would like to help!
ABOUT HOLLY JOLLY CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL:
As always, community members can look forward to our annual Christmas Tree Lighting followed by an evening of fun for the whole family! Line the kids up to take Pictures with Santa and Mrs. Claus while you listen to your favorite holiday hits on the Plaza! Hop on the Lighted Hayride and take a Horse-drawn Carriage Ride around downtown!
Many of the activities are FREE, while others are fundraisers for various local non-profit organizations, so bring some CASH to enjoy supporting the many great causes. The evening is also a great opportunity to get some Holiday Shopping in as Vendors will be set up around the Plaza and Downtown Retailers will be open.
The Chamber is excited to partner with the City of Stephenville to organize a family-fun community event that celebrates Christmas, showcases talented local youth singers and dancers, provides fundraising opportunities for area non-profit organizations, and allows attendees to get a fun start on their holiday shopping. The best part of the entire evening is getting to celebrate this joyous time of year with family and friends in this community we all love! You will definitely leave with that child-like feeling of Christmas still resonating in your soul!
*Please note: Portions of Washington, Graham, Belknap, Mason, College and Columbia streets will be closed to keep festival attendees safe amidst all the activities!
*HEALTH SAFETY PROTOCOLS:
- Hand sanitizer stations will be set up around the downtown area.
- The Chamber will have masks available for volunteers, vendor booth workers, and attendees.