Holiday Bazaars and Events
It's cold and blustery, the town is looking festive with wreaths, lights, and garland, and those big ol' lighted blow-up decorations are popping up around the valley. In other words, “it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!!”
There are a lot of fun things to do in the Valley and ample options to shop at our local businesses and Bazaars.
First….Fri. Dec 1st, 6:30pm, enjoy the Parade of Lights as it brings Santa through town (participants line up at Valley Pizza at 6:15), ending at Riverside Park! There, you will be part of the annual tree lighting ceremony with live music by the VanBemmels, snacks, door prizes and, of course, photo-ops with our truly super Santa.
Bazaar Weekend, Dec. 1-3 is THE shopping opportunity of the year! The Valley boasts a plethora of Holiday Bazaars this year from Riverstone Lodge to Trego. People plan their weekend around this and we make it easier by offering you the official Bazaar Guide and Maps. The guide is available through that link, in shops and restaurants around town, or at the bazaars. You'll find wonderful gifts for yourself and everyone on your list and it's a great day to visit with people as you make your way around the Bazaars.
Be sure that you make time to stop by the VFW on Saturday, Dec. 2nd to help them raise money for Coats & Toys for Kids.
For more great gifts, check out the Bazaar at HA) Brewery on Sat, Dec. 16 from 3-8. While you're there, treat yourself to some beer, brewed in good cheer and Fire&Slice woodfired pizza.
Bundle up, be safe, and have a Holly Jolly Season!
About the Author: Alice B Elrod is a longtime promoter, supporter and contributor to our community. I love living in this glorious valley. There are so many people here who ardently strive to help out and it's a pleasure to pitch in when I can. Writing for visitNWmontana gives me a chance to know more about our community lets me invest some creative time in getting the word out about how wonderful it is to call this place home. I also have the privilege to be involved in the community by working with the Creative Arts Council, Recycle Eureka and through my chiropractic practice, Elrod Chiropractic.