2022 Jingle Bell Jubilee

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Repeats every week until Sat Dec 10 2022 .
Fri, 12/02/2022 - 4:30pm - 9:00pm
Horse and Carraige Rides at the 2021 Jingle Bell Jubilee

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The Jingle Bell Jubilee is a holiday event featuring many activities and events: the holiday market, carolers, dance groups, wreath creation class, Shop Raffle Drawing, Sips of the Season, make and take craft, horse and wagon rides; an inflated snow globe for picture opps, cocoa and cookie crawl, decorate the tree contest, cookie decorating, and even a Rudolph run! Hours for the event are 4:30 to 9 p.m.

Holiday Market -- The pavilion at Lincoln Park will be transformed into a holiday market place with vendors galore – confirmed to date include: Christie’s Boutique, Rusty Rooster, Kelly’s One of A Kind, AnnMarie’s Baklava, The Silver Bells, Burch Custom Woodworks; Studio4East, and many more.

Hearty Soups/Stews – Firefly Bagels does soup as well! They will be down both nights serving up hot cocoa, coffee, soup and some other goodies.

TCAC Make & Take -- The TCAC will have a make/take ceramic ornaments. Folks can paint, decorate and then spray with a clear coat. They will have a ribbon tied on them for hanging. Supplies are limited and the arts council is having this as a free activity but donations are appreciated.

GS Craft for Kids -- Girl Scouts of Western New York will be at the jubilee both nights providing a craft for kids to do at the event as well as have membership information and sign-up available. FREE

Sips of Season GOACC – Although the restaurants/ taverns throughout the area will be competing against each other to sell the most popular holiday drink; GOACC will join in the fun and serve up a Holiday Mulled Wine at the jubilee in the bistro at Lincoln Park.

Run Run Rudolph 5K participants will leave Four Mile Brewing Co. at 6 p.m. winding their way through the streets of Olean to the roundabout at Main Street, and will run under the holiday lights on North Union Street to Lincoln Park ALL ON THE SIDEWALKS. Fee to register for the run is $15 through December 6th and will go up to $20 from 12/7 through race day and includes a blitzen bag of bling – holiday light head band, Santa gaiter, arm light band, and holiday bulbs necklace as well as a finisher’s medal. For more info, please call 716-372-4433.

Festival of Trees -- The Festival of Trees is where ten non-profit organizations are chosen to come decorate one of the trees. Each tree will be photographed and placed online to be auctioned off. Final bid will be tallied on December 15th – monies bid on tree will go back to respective organization and winning bid gets to take home the tree!

Horse & Wagon Rides -- Hillview Stables, formerly known as Mohr’s Breezy Acres will provide horse and wagon rides with their horses named Tallie and Tori. FREE RIDES

Cookie & Cocoa Crawl -- Staff have lined up Angee’s Restaurant, Village Green, Union Tea Café, Green Acres with La Dolce Vita as four stops along the crawl. Attendees will redeem their voucher at each place as they crawl along Union Street under the holiday lights. The fee to crawl is $10/individual or family of four $30. To register, please go online or stop in the Chamber to sign up.

QAC Craft Make & Take -- The Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts will set up both Fridays and will have a family photo craft, a series of kids make-n-take activities, and an adult make-n-take activity. FREE

Wreath Making Class -- Miller’s Farm Market will be down Friday, December 3 and will host a wreath decoration class with a staff instructor. The Miller Wreath Jubilee class is $30 for a 24” wreath.

 

 

For more information on this event please visit https://oleanny.com/events/

This event will be held at:

Lincoln Park
Corner of East State Street and North Union Street
Olean, NY 14760
United States
Phone: 716-372-4433
42° 4' 35.6664" N, 78° 25' 38.784" W
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