Victorian Christmas Celebration 2016
Jacksonville, Oregon celebrates the holidays and our past with Victorian Christmas. The celebration begins with a merchant open house tree lighting ceremony on the Saturday after Thanksgiving and continues on the first three weekends in December, with some activities the weekend after Christmas. The celebration is a wonderful memory making activity and a cherished tradition.
The town is decorated all in natural greenery with white lights and red bows to evoke Christmases past. But the activities will keep any of today’s visitors entertained. On weekends there are pictures with Father Christmas, strolling carolers – some in vintage costumes – and complimentary hot cider.
And where better to do your holiday shopping – on the weekends or any day of the week. Local shops are imbued with holiday cheer and everything you will need to complete your holiday shopping. Local restaurants and tasting rooms offer special holiday fare.
For a full listing of activities and events CLICK HERE.
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