Submitted by Diane Bausman, Executive Director Blackhawk Waterways CVB
November 25th from 5-8 pm Savanna will hold their Christmas Walk throughout the downtown with horse drawn wagon rides, a cookie walk, in-store specials, live music and more.
November 25th the Savanna Festival of Trees opens at the Museum & Cultural Center and runs through December 11th. Over 50 decorated trees are on display and hours are Mon thru Fri 4 to 7 and noon to 5 on Sat & Sunday.
November 26th is Shop Small Saturday and you can check-off your list with one-of-a-kind gifts from one-of-a-kind shops found throughout the Blackhawk Waterways region. There is nothing better than shopping in a relaxed & friendly atmosphere while keeping your tax dollars local!
November 26th Head to downtown Oregon for their Annual Candlelight Walk from 3pm – 8pm. Activities include Horse Drawn Wagon Rides, Santa & Mrs. Claus, holiday gift fair, children’s activities, refreshments, entertainment and more! Go to the website for all the details – candlelightwalk.org
November 26th, Lanark will celebrate Jingle Fest from 9 am to 1 pm at the Eastland Jr-Sr High School Bldg. There will be 40 crafters and vendors; pictures with Santa; kids’ crafts, a variety of food, baked goods and more. On Saturday evening, there will be a lighted tractor parade throughout town starting at 6:30. Follow the Celebrate Lanark FB page for details.
November 26th the 37th annual Prophetstown Lighted Christmas parade event starts at 3 pm and concludes with the parade starting at 6:30. This family friendly day includes Santa & Mrs. Claus at their home near Shaw’s Market, Reindeer Dash, horse & carriage rides, face painting, lighting of the Love Light Tree and more. Go to the Prophetstown Proud FB page for details.
For more details go to the ‘what’s happening’ section of visitnorthwestillinois.com