Making Victorian Christmas a Community Supported Event

Jacksonville, Oregon celebrates the holidays and our past with Victorian Christmas.  Coordinated by the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce the celebration spans several weekends beginning the Saturday after Thanksgiving.

This celebration is a cherished tradition for many of us here in Jacksonville and in the Rogue Valley region at large.  But as many other things in life, this celebration continues to increase in expense.  Between city decorations, costs of costumes, decorating the tree and weekend entertainment the annual expenses are now close to $14,000.  And we would like to add even more to this celebration.  So as we plan on how to make this year’s event even more memorable, we are hoping to increase the support form both the residential and business members of our community.

Residents and Friends of Jacksonville can make their donations by submitting the Individual & Family Donation Form 2016 and returning it to the Chamber of Commerce office at PO Box 33, Jacksonville, OR 97530 or dropping it off at the Visitor Information Center next to the Post Office at the corner of N. Oregon and C Street.   You can also make donations by credit card online HERE.

Businesses can be recognized as official sponsors of Victorian Christmas.  Sponsors will be recognized on promotional materials and signage during the celebration.  It is a great way of showing your support of Jacksonville’s community spirit. You can make your donation by credit card online HERE  or complete the 2016-victorian-christmas-business-donation-form and submit payment as directed.

The Victorian Christmas Celebration is coordinated by the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce which can be reached by calling 541-899-8118 or emailing 



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