HISTORIC DOWNTOWN JACKSON WELCOMES THE HOLIDAY SEASON
WITH ANNUAL “CHRISTMAS DELIGHTS” OPEN HOUSE

 

Christmas Delights, Nov. 25 - 26, 5 - 9 pm

 

  • Friday and Saturday, 5 – 9 pm Thanksgiving weekend, Nov. 25 & 26 
  • Delight in the charm of Jackson’s old-fashioned Christmas Delights!
  • Stroll Main Street with music, costumed characters, activities for kids
  • Free horse-drawn carriage rides on Main Street
  • Mrs. Claus will be at Hein & Co. bookstore reading holiday stories to children on Friday.
  • Face-painting magic with Leslie Vasquez at Davenport Properties.
  • Santa lights the town Christmas tree at the firehouse, 6 pm Fri & Sat, then heads to the historic National Hotel for children’s wish lists and free photos
  • Festively-decorated gift shops and specialty stores will offer holiday specials to visitors

 

A Childrens Christmas at The Hub

Children of all ages enjoy Santa's Playland, Christmas Games, Trains, and Activities, Bounce House and Table Games, Photo Op with Santa, Christmas Crafts, and Santa's Gift Shop.  The event will be held on Christmas Delights Weekend - November 25th and 26th from 11 am - 8 pm AND Saturdays December 3rd, 10th, and 17th from 11 am - 5 pm. A $5 donation at the door and $2/craft project helps fund future youth programs at The HUB (above Hein & Co. at 204 Main St.). See ACRA’s website, www.goacra.org, for details.

Information on lodging and dining in Jackson 

 

Santa Claus lights Jackson’s Christmas Tree at the Firehouse at 6 pm Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving, then heads to The National Hotel for wish lists and free photos, courtesy of The National Hotel.

 

 

  

 

Jackson’s historic Main Street will be closed to cars but open for free horse-drawn carriage rides at the Christmas Delights Open House, 5 – 9 pm, Friday and Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend.

 

 

 

 

Costumed characters, music, fire dancers and more will entertain on Jackson’s Main Street at the old-fashioned Christmas Delights Open House, 5 – 9 pm, Friday and Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend.

 

 

 

 

 

Photos courtesy of Farrell Photography and Bill Lavallie