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December 4, 2008
Christmas on the Square & Holiday in the Park
Town Square,
Waynesville, Missouri
Christmas on the Square takes place Dec. 4. and Holiday in the Park is on Dec. 7. Enjoy hay rides, merchant specials, a live nativity scene, arts and crafts, food court, parade (on the 7th), activities for kids and more.
Learn More: Call 573-774-6000

December 4-5, 2008
Flushing Community Candlewalk
Flushing, Michigan
Horse-drawn wagon rides, Santa's arrival, ice carvings, gingerbread house competition and houses on display, roasted chestnuts, hot chocolate, S'mores, an 8-foot-by-16-foot model train layout at the Museum, live reindeer, tree lighting ceremony. More than 5 miles of city streets will glow with some 19,000 candles during this 25th year.
Details: Call 810-859-4141

December 5, 2008
Peoria's Old Town Festival
City Hall Municipal Complex,
Peoria, Arizona
This one takes place just south of Grand on 83rd Avenue. Munch roasted almonds or kettle corn from food vendors while kids enjoy the snow play area. There will be magicians and other entertainment, arts and crafts, carolers, and cookie decorating. The fun goes from 5-9pm.
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December 5, 2008
Snowflake Festival
Glazebrook Park on Stamper Lane,
Godfrey, Illinois
Choirs and caroling, hot cocoa and cookies, visits with Santa. Kids get a free picture with Santa if they bring food donations. There will also be hay wagon rides, roasted chestnuts, holiday lights, fire department display and more. They pack all this fun into two hours, 6-8pm.
Get The Facts: Call 618-466-1483

December 5, 2008
Holiday Walk
Madison Street,
Forest Park, Illinois
Live window displays, marshmallow roasting, refreshments, merchant specials, caroling, live reindeer, an opportunity for photos with Santa, chocolate fountain, horse-drawn sleigh rides. Most events are from 6-8pm.
More: Call 708-366-2543

December 5, 2008
Light up LaGrange
Downtown on Historic Main,
LaGrange, Kentucky
Carolers, window decorations, Christmas lighting at 6pm, visits with Santa, carriage rides merchant specials, activities for kids.
Questions? Call 502-222-0918

December 5-6, 2008
Balboa Park December Nights
Balboa Park museums,
San Diego, California
Free admission to the museums from 5-9pm on Friday and Saturday (though not all museums may be open at all times), food, special exhibits (may be extra charge), puppet shows, re-creation of a Barona Native American village, music, decorated trees, ice skating, nativity scene, items for sale, Santa on hand at select locations. It's the festival's 31st year.
Learn More: Call 619-239-0512

December 5-7, 2008
Christmas on the River
Downtown area,
Chester, Illinois
1-mile Mistletoe fun run plus Dasher's Dash for kids, chicken and dumpling supper (4-7:30pm) at St. Mary's Catholic School (plus an ornament sale and a raffle), tree lighting ceremony, quilt show, open houses, music, arts and crafts, Santa's arrival by boat, Holiday Lighted Parade at 7pm on Friday.
Further Details: Call 618-826-2721

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December 5-7, 2008
Plaquemines Parish Fair & Orange Festival
Medal of Honor Park on Barriere Road,
Belle Chasse, Louisiana
Citrus dessert contest, arts and crafts, carnival rides, orange eating contest, 5K run/walk, duck calling contest, festival merchandise, oyster shucking contest, helicopter rides, orange peeling contest, musical entertainment, , Spots & Dots fishing rodeo, children's pie eating contest, sack races, shoe find, Shriner's Clowns, 1/2-mile fun run for kids, Kumquat Korral for kids age 10 and younger, citrus tasting booth, Medal of Honor Memorial.
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December 5, 12, 19, 2008
Cornish Christmas
Mill and West Main streets downtown,
Grass Valley, California
Cloggers plus Celtic music, jazz, jugglers, bell ringers and the Grass Valley Cornish Choir all perform. Enjoy the holiday decorations at businesses and shop their merchant specials. There will also be arts and crafts and plenty of food vendors with roasted chestnuts, warm stew, pastries and other goodies. The fun goes from 6-9pm.
Learn More: Call 530-272-8315

December 5, 13, 2008
Victorian Christmas Festival
Monument Park and downtown,
Dexter, Michigan
This is actually two events, the second taking place on Dec. 13 and known as Home for the Holidays. For purposes of being brief, I'll list all activities in one lump and you can call for specifics if you plan to be there during only one of those dates. There will be arts and crafts, breakfast with Santa at the Lighthouse Cafe, time with Santa at the gazebo in Monument Park, the Holiday Hustle 5K run/walk and 1-mile Kid's Run, ice sculptures around town, teen rock concert, hot cocoa and cookies, merchant specials, parade, carolers, Christmas tree lighting and community sing in Monument Park.
Info: Call 734-426-0887

December 6, 2008
Firemen's Carnival
Nome Rec Center,
Nome, Alaska
Bingo, drawings for prizes, cake walks, festival foods. The annual event is a fundraiser for the local volunteer fire department. The fun goes from 7pm-midnight.
Get The Facts: Call 907-443-2310

December 6, 2008
Cowboy Christmas
Community Park on 5th Street at Crocker,
Templeton, California
Enjoy refreshments, farmer's market, merchant specials, toboggan run, snow play area for kids, haywagon, vendors, music. Please bring a new, unwrapped toy or non-perishable food items for the Food and Toy Drive.
Questions? Call 805-434-1789-2115

December 6, 2008
Santa Parade and Snowfest
Straub Park,
St. Petersburg, Florida
Arts and crafts, petting zoo, ice skating, snow romp for kids, tobogganing, parade at 10am, night lighted boat parade, make-and-take art.
Details: Call 727-525-5950

December 6, 2008
Winter Festival
Tallahassee, Florida
Join this 22nd celebration with a lighting ceremony, youth fine art competition, night parade (7:15pm), presentation of The Nutcracker, youth ornament competition and tree display, 5 stages of entertainment, Jingle Bell Run at 6:15pm, arts and crafts, food court, gingerbread house competition, vendors. General hours are 3pm-10pm.
More: Call 850-891-3860

December 6, 2008
Jingle Bell Festival
Courthouse Square,
Valdosta, Georgia
Food vendors, entertainment, visits with Santa, arts and crafts, activities for kids. The Christmas Parade is at 5pm, starting at Patterson Street and ending downtown where you can find merchant specials and more fun. General festival hours are 10am-5pm. It's the event's 17th season.
Get The Facts: Call 229-250-3577

December 6, 2008
Harbor Lights Festival
Boothbay Harbor, Maine
Now in its 24th year, the festival officially ushers in the season with a lighted boat parade and Mr. & Mrs. Claus' arrival by boat. Enjoy arts and crafts, a tree lighting ceremony, live nativity at the local Catholic Church, caroling and more.
Info: Call 207-633-2463

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December 6, 2008
Chester Greenwood Day
Farmington, Maine
Reportedly, Chester was the inventer of the ear muff. The town celebrates his ingenuity with a gingerbread house building contest, Festival of Trees and auctioning of the trees, flag raising ceremony, Polar Bear Club dip into Clearwater Lake at 3pm, wreath sales, parade at 10am, chili contest, cake, a food drive.
Get Details: Call 207-778-4215

December 6, 2008
Christmas Honey Festival
Throughout town,
Minco, Oklahoma
Ross Honey Plant tours, food samples at City Hall, Antiques Road Show, quilt show, Honey Baking Contest arts and crafts, historical exhibits, kiddie tractor pull at 12:30pm, pancake breakfast from 7-10am at the First United Methodist Church. The general fun goes from 10am-5pm during this 18th year.
Further Facts: Call 785-527-5524

December 6, 2008
Christmas in Collier
Town Square,
Collierville, Tennessee
For a 15th year folks turn out for a Christmas parade the night before the main festival. Then on Saturday events range from arts and crafts to carriage rides, a visit from Santa Claus, merchant specials, activities for kids and plenty of festival foods.
Find Out More: Call 901-853-1666 or 901-854-8307

December 6, 2008
Harbor Lights Festival
Shoreline Blvd. between Lawrence Street and Peoples Street,
Corpus Christi, Texas
Lighting ceremony of the 75-foot AEP tree at 6pm (with lighting at 7:15pm), laser light show, Children's Parade at 2pm, Gingerbread Holiday Tree Village, Santa's motorcade at 6:30pm, activity area just for kids, floating stage of entertainment. It's the festival's 27th year.
Additional Information: Call 361-985-1555

December 6, 2008
Christmas in the Park
Town Center Park,
Kingwood, Texas
Local children's dance talent, non-profit booths and info, entertainment, arts and crafts, gingerbread homes (and you can decorate your own), appearance by Santa with photo opportunities, merchant specials. The fun begins at 10am and concludes with the Christmas tree lighting ceremony at 6pm.
Questions? Call 713-305-2239

December 6, 2008
Winter Flake Festival
Centennial Park,
Wenatchee, Washington
Activities for kids, illuminated parade at 6pm, hot chocolate, arts and crafts, hay rides, games, food vendors, sledding, music, tree lighting ceremony.
Find Out Details: Call 509-654-3392

December 6-7, 2008
Tamale Festival
Miles, Towne, Smurr and Requa streets,
Indio, California
The festival is near Highway 111 and Indio Blvd in the downtown area. Get in on a tamale eating contest or enjoy 4 stages of entertainment, rock climbing wall, petting zoo, carnival rides and games, giant inflatables for the kids, tamale judging contest, food vendors, a parade.
Further Details: Call 760-391-4175

December 6-7, 2008
City Greenbelt,
Buda, Texas
Carnival rides and games at the City Park, music, puppets, dancers, festival foods, antiques and collectibles, arts and crafts, Mr. & Mrs. Claus in attendance, raffle of senior quilt, parade on Saturday at 10am. Hours are 10am-dusk and there is no admission charge.
Get Details: Call 512-295-1559

December 6-7, 13-14, 2008
Winter Wonderland
Slater Memorial Park at Newport Ave. and Armistice Blvd.,
Pawtucket, Rhode Island
Choirs and bell ringers, puppet shows, light displays and animation, visits and photos with Santa, carousel rides, caroling, activities for kids, train and hay rides, food court.
Further Information: Call 401-726-3185 or 401-728-0500 Ext. 251

December 6-7, 13-14, 20-21, 2008
Sorrento Cheese Christmas in Little Italy
Mulberry Street between Canal and Broome streets,
New York, New York
Help celebrate with parades, carolers in 19th Century costume, holiday lights and decorations, merchant specials, food, visits with Santa, tree lighting ceremony and more.
Learn More: Call 800-854-9710

December 7, 2008
It's a Wonderful Life in Whittemore
and "A Walk Along Broad Street"

Whittemore, Iowa
Open houses at local businesses, live nativity scene, refreshments (including roasted chestnuts), Santa's presence, carolers and other music, bake sales, library activities, tree lighting ceremony in the evening.
Get The Festival Facts: Call 515-884-2618

December 7, 2008
St. Lucy Festival of Lights
St. Martin d'Tours Church Square,
St. Martinville, Louisiana
Light displays, parade down Main Street, arts and crafts, games, entertainment, festival foods.
Find Out Details: Call 337-298-2556 or 337-394-6021

December 7, 2008
Christmas on the Canal
Union Street,
Spencerport, New York
Live nativity scene, activities for kids, food and drink, local choir and band performances, tree lighting at 5pm, horse-drawn hay rides, candlelight caroling, merchant specials, visit from Santa. Most of the fun goes from 2-6pm.
Further Information: Call 585-366-4494

December 11, 13, 18, 2008
Old Town Country Christmas
Old Town area,
Auburn, California
Now in its 22nd year, the festival offers fun such as hayrides, strolling carolers, entertainment, food vendors, arts and crafts, pony rides for the kids, merchant specials, pictures with Santa, lantern glows. Park at the fairgrounds and take the free shuttle to the festival area.
Get The Facts: Call 530-888-1585

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December 12, 2008
Palms and Poinsettias
Ulmer Park,
Largo, Florida
Visit with Santa in the gazebo after he rolls into town on a fire truck. Enjoy music, palm tree lighting, craft activities for the kids, hot chocolate (fee for refreshments) and more. Parking is free and so is festival admission.
Questions? Call 727-587-6740 Ext. 5014

December 12-14, 2008
Festival of the Bonfires
Lutcher Recreation Park on Louisiana Avenue,
Lutcher, Louisiana
Million Mutt March, washerboard tournament, Santa's Very Merry Forest of lighted trees, breakfast with Santa, 5K run/walk, bonfire on the levee each evening, carnival, pageant, Gumbo Cook-Off, music, Potato Salad Showdown, bread pudding contest, arts and crafts, festival foods.
Learn Details: Call 225-869-1717 or 800-367-7852

December 12-14, 2008
Christmas by the Sea
various locations,
Ogunquit, Maine
Arts and crafts at the fire station, hay rides, merchant specials, Heritage Museum Open House, a visit from Santa, carolers, Southern Maine Christmas Parade at 2pm on Sunday, tree lighting, storytelling and other activities for children, Chowder and Chocolatefest, decorated tree silent auction, candlelight walk and live manger. It's the festival's 22nd year.
Further Information: Call 207-646-2939

December 13, 2008
Christmas on the Coosa
In and around Gold Star Park,
Wetumpka, Alabama
This one celebrates 25 years with a quilt show, lighted boat parade on the Coosa River marking Santa's arrival, entertainment, arts and crafts, classic cars, activities for kids, fireworks. The 12 Ks of Christmas Fun Run is held the week prior to the festival.
More: Call 334-567-1313

December 27-29, 2008
Winter Steam Festival
Golden Spike National Historic Site,
(west of) Brigham City, Utah
This event is a bit different from the usual festival. Dress warmly and enjoy the sight of a working steam locomotive. If weather permits you can ride the handcar or the speed car. There will be films and information about the historic trains of America and their role in the expansion westward. General festival hours are 9am-5pm.
Further Information: Call 435-471-2209 Ext. 29

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Brief, bare-boned last-minute festival listings:

Dec. 1-13 Holiday Festival, Performing Arts Centre, Selma, Alabama, 334-875-7241 or 800-45-SELMA
Dec. 5-6 December Nights (31st), Balboa Park, San Diego, California, 619-239-0512
Dec. 5-6 Festival of Trees (7th), Convention Center, Vicksburg, Mississippi, 601-630-2929
Dec. 5-7 Christmas in LeClaire, Downtown, LeClaire, Iowa, 563-322-3911 Ext. 120
Dec. 6 Christmas Carroll, Courthouse Square downtown, Carrollton, Kentucky, 502-732-8100
Dec. 6 Christmas at Moosehead, various venues, Greenville, Maine, 207-695-2702
Dec. 6 Star City Holiday Festival & Parade (24th), Lincoln, Nebraskaa, 402-434-6902
Dec. 6 Christmas Festival & Lighted Parade (12th), Downtown, Quanah, Texas, 940-663-2222
Dec. 6-7 Christmas by the Sea, Manchester, Massachusetts, 978-283-1601
Dec. 6-7 Carols in the Park, Central Park, Winter Haven, Florida, 863-291-5656
Dec. 6-7 Wehnachten, Fredericksburg, Texas, 830-997-8515 or 888-997-3600
Dec. 7 Holiday Street Festival, Main Street, Ventura, California, 805-854-7830
Dec. 12 Christmas in the Park (and parade), Union Park & Gault Avenue, Fort Payne, Alabama, 256-995-0795 or 256-845-3957
Dec. 13 Vine Street Victorian Holiday Showcase, Vine between 8th & 21st, Paso Robles, California, 805-238-4103
Dec. 13 Holiday Festival, Main Street area, Newton, Connecticut, 203-426-4874
Dec. 13 Just One More Invitational Arts Festival (11th), Ponce de Leon Park, Tallahassee, Florida, 850-980-6727
Dec. 13 Festival of Lights Holiday Parade/Celebration, 6:30pm, Downtown, Salem, Oregon, 503-581-4325
Dec. 13-14 Christmas in the Park, Bicentennial Park, Madawaska, Maine, 207-728-7000

Other December 2008 Events You Might Enjoy
Events in this section may also be called festivals but are generally less
multi-dimensional than events in the above category
Dec. 6 Parade of Lights (on the Tennessee River), Riverwalk Marina, Decatur, Alabama, 256-355-7101
Dec. 6 Stars on the Water Boat Parade , View from Lurleen B. Wallace Drive, Guntersville, Alabama, 256-582-3612
Dec. 6 APS Electric Light Parade, 7pm, Central Ave/Camelback/Seventh/Indian School Rd., Phoenix, Arizona, 602-262-4627
Dec. 6 Lighted Boat Parade, 6:30pm, Marina area, Morro Bay, California, 805-772-4467
Dec. 6 San Jose Super Toy, Comic and Record Show,
                   11-4, Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, California, 408-298-1709
Dec. 6 Lehigh Valley Comic Con, 10-4, 4550 Old Packerhouse Rd., Schnecksville, Pennsylvania
Dec. 6 Reindog Parade, Valley Park, Hurricane, West Virginia, 304-562-0518
Dec. 6-7 Chimneyville Crafts Festival (32nd), Trade Mart, Jackson, Mississippi, 601-981-0019
Dec. 12-13 SEMO Farm Toy Show (21st), Best Western at 220 Interstate Drive, Sikeston, Missouri, 573-628-3643
Dec. 13 Calico Christmas Parade (in lieu of full festival), down LaGrange Street, Grantville, Georgia, 620-329-4425
Dec. 13-14 Japan Expo 2008, Convention Center on Figueroa St., Los Angeles, California, 213-617-0868
Dec. 13-14 Gun Show, Cashman Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, 801-544-9125
Dec. 13-21 New York National Boat Show, Javits Convention Center, New York, New York, 646-423-0230
Dec. 14 Philadelphia Comic-Con, 10-4, Ramada Philadelphia Airport, Essington, Pennsylvania, 856-782-0817
Dec. 20-21 Gun Show, Kootenai County Fairgrounds, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, 406-633-2206
Dec. 30 King Mango Strut Parade (27th), 2pm, begins at Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove, Florida, 305-401-1171

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