Greensboro begins preparations for holiday season celebrations
(Greensboro, Ga. – November 13, 2015) There are only five weeks until Christmas, and Downtown Greensboro is already working to help you and your family enjoy the holidays in your hometown!
The Downtown Tree Lighting celebration will start at 6pm on Friday, December 4. Mark your calendars! Santa will be available for children to visit, there will be an old-fashioned hayride through town for one dollar, and your favorite holiday tunes sung ‘round the tree!
Local organizations and non-profits can participate in the event by offering winter goodies such as hot chocolate, baked goods, or other holiday favorites. A few local groups have already signed up to participate in the tree lighting. These groups include; The Knights of Columbus, Liberty Methodist Church, Calligraphy by Claire, and more. Choirs and choral groups are invited to carol the historic downtown throughout the evening. To register your organization, please contact the Main Street office at (706) 453-7674.
Greensboro has chosen its Christmas Tree! After an appeal to the community for just the right tree, the Greensboro Main Street program announces that the city’s official Christmas Tree will be donated by the Webb Family.
“In the past, Greensboro has been fortunate to have a tree donated from someone in the community,” explains Main Street Manager, Kendrick Ward. “The tree serves as the centerpiece for all of our holiday activities in downtown and helps to create a festive mood during the holiday shopping season.”
Greensboro’s friendly merchants are ready to help you get all of your holiday shopping done this season – without the hectic traffic and crowds of your typical shopping mall. Shoppers can take advantage of extended holiday shopping hours on Friday and Saturday evenings from now and continuing through December 23.
Keep an eye on your local news for additional details as Greensboro’s Holiday Plans progress and don’t forget to Shop Greensboro First this holiday season!
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