Following the North Pole Stroll there will be a Christmas Concert at the Pitman Theatre.
The concert will begin at approximately 7:30 pm and is free, but we do ask that you bring a non-perishable food item for a food drive that will help provide meals to those in need this
at the Mary G. Hardin Center for Cultural Arts
Children will have a chance to visit with Santa and enjoy cookies and milk. The Sugar Plum Fairies from the Downtown Gadsden Dance Conservatory will be there and parents are encouraged to bring your cameras to capture that moment of your little one with Santa
North Pole Stroll
Come dressed in your best Holiday attire as we get ready for the Christmas Season. Whether you come dressed as Santa, a snowman, your favorite Christmas movie character, wear an ugly sweater, or coordinate a team costume is completely up to you. Awards will be given to the best team costume,
Santa will be making a special appearance downtown with his wagon and Clydesdale horses. Hop on up for a joyful ride down Broad Street as you take in the sites of the charmingly decorated store windows that match the theme for this year’s Christmas Open House, We Believe in Miracles.
Be on the lookout for the mischievous DGI
Thursday, November 20th
Book your babysitter, put a meal in the Crock-pot for the family at home, round up your friends and come out for a night of fashion, food, fun and friends! Several of our merchants will be open late with special promotions, refreshments, and unique events within their stores. What a perfect time to work on checking names