Randolph's Country Christmas 2019

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Event Date(s): Fri, 12/06/2019 - 7:00pm - Sun, 12/08/2019 - 5:00pm
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2019 Randolph Country Christmas

Randolph’s Country Christmas Weekend is an annual event that takes place during the first full weekend of December. A weekend full of tradition and Christmas surprises. Stop into Randolph and enjoy the Festival of Trees; the "Light up the Night" Christmas Parade presented by EPAC; the Memory Tree Lighting; visit with Santa Claus, and so much more.

Friday, December 6th:
Gail N. Chapman Elementary School Musical “Snowbiz” 7:00 pm
ERUMC Living Nativity
2nd Annual Downtown Window Decorating Contest Begins!

Saturday, December 7th:
Cookies House at the Presbyterian Church 9:00 am until gone
Breakfast with Santa 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Eat, Shop and Be Merry in Downtown Randolph -  Pick up your punch card at participating
   businesses, get as many punches as you can and then enter a drawing for great prizes!
Christmas Holiday Bazaar 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (Randolph Fire Hall):
    Craft and Direct Sales Vendors
    Refreshments and Raffles
    Snowflake Soup Bar
    Downtown Window Decorating Contest Judging
    Table Take Away Ornaments for Kids
Gail N. Chapman Elementary School Musical “Snowbiz” 2:00 pm
“Light Up the Night” Parade 6:00 pm: (coordinated by EPAC)
    Grand Marshalls are Pat and Maureen Kibbe.
Caroling 5:00 – 6:00 and after the tree lighting ceremony
Memory Tree Lighting (immediately following parade)
ERUMC Living Nativity

Sunday, December 8th:
Randolph Fire Department Toy Auction
ERUMC Living Nativity

For more information on this event please visit http://EnjoyRandolph.org

This event will be held at:

Throughout the Village of Randolph
72 Main St.
Randolph, NY 14772
United States
Phone: 716-358-9701 x 208
42° 9' 44.2584" N, 78° 58' 26.3172" W
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