Festive times to stroll into Georgetown
October 20, 2013 by Mark
For those looking to bring back the memories of holidays gone by, the 33rd Annual Christmas Stroll in Georgetown, Texas looks likely to be the place to go.
The scenic downtown square will transform into an image of a Norman Rockwell postcard. Trees with white twinkling lights will frame the normally quiet streets when proceedings get underway this December.
With minstrels and carolers meandering through the streets, visitors will enjoy the presence of old fashioned lamp poles, holiday music, and an abundance of holiday cheer.
On Friday, December 6, children singing familiar Christmas songs will kick off the weekend of holiday spirit from 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm. The following day, Santa will be welcomed into the square by wide-eyed children filled with the anticipation of meeting the jolly fellow. The Santa’s workshop part of the village will be a popular spot for the little ones.
Other activities will include a Nativity in Bethlehem Village scene, Grinch in Whoo-Village, holiday goodies at the bakery and the candy shop, shopping, and foods. Festivities on the Saturday will take place from 9:00 am – 8:00 pm.
Over 230 vendors will be on hand to offer crafts, food, beverages, and gift items. Vendors participating in festivals often use printing services to create supplies for the activity. Business card printing is a frequent request as the vendors hand out the cards at the booths to communicate brand awareness.
For more information, or to obtain a vendor application, visit the Georgetown 33rd Annual Christmas Stroll website (512) 868-8675.