Fowlerville to celebrate Christmas in the ‘Ville this coming Saturday, Dec. 4
Fowlerville residents, along with visitors from other communities, will be celebrating Christmas in the Ville this coming Saturday, Dec. 4.
Many of the traditional offerings are planned during the day, including the balloon flights (weather permitting), Breakfast with St. Nick at St. Agnes Catholic Church, a Soup Lunch, Cookie Walk & Storytime at St. John’s Lutheran Church, the Scavenger Hunt, the Chili Dinner at the Fire Hall, the Chicken Dinner at the First United Methodist Church, Reading in the Window at Chase Bank’s lobby, the ‘Dashing Through the Snow’ 5K Run/Walk, the appearance of Santa’s reindeer in the library parking lot, and Ornament Making at Kodet’s Hardware.
Also planned are craft making and face painting at the Library, a toy train display and Warming Hut at First Baptist Church, a Christmas Market Tent with area vendors, hay rides, an ice sculptor in front of Edward Jones, the United Brethren Choir performing at the Main 4 at 3:30 p.m., a Popcorn Booth at Harmon Real Estate, a Hot Cocoa Bar at White Barn Designs, and s’mores at both the Baptist Church and in front of Aleta’s Flower Shop.
Torch 180 will be selling food and refreshments all day, Whenever Weiners will have their hotdog stand near the Downtown, pictures can be taken with Olaf at 2 p.m. and with Buddy the Elf at 4:30 p.m., a free book give-away will be take place in front of the State Farm Insurance building, a Block Party with musical entertainment and Tony’s Dog at 103 W. Grand River, and Christmas movies put on by the library inside the Baptist Church.
Special highlights are the Dueling Pianos who will once again be performing at the Main 4 Corners, starting at 4 p.m., a Visit with Santa Claus from 3-5 p.m. and 7-8 p.m. at the Fire Hall, and the Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting at 6 p.m. Rhonda Callahan, co-founder and president of Torch 180 is serving as the parade Grand Marshal.
For a complete schedule and map of activities, check the Schedule of Events on page 15 of this issue.