The air is getting colder the holidays are near. A time for celebration something we all hold dear. Join us for our downtown holiday traditions starting Thursday, November 18 with our storekeepers Holiday Open House and downtown Candlelight Church Stroll. Be inspired by the reason for the season and embrace the uniqueness of Greenville’s culture with the Hometown Holiday Horse Parade on Saturday, November 20.
On Thursday, November 18, the nine downtown churches open their doors to the public for a Celebration. Roam the lighted streets of downtown or catch the free carriage rides on Thursday and Friday evening from 5-8pm sponsored by Main Street Greenville and Dave Knapp Ford.
The holiday spirit continues on Friday with music filling the downtown air as lighted garland glimmers on Broadway. Storekeepers welcome guests until 8 pm with holiday favorites to share. Amazing gifts are located right here in your downtown.
To close the weekend we celebrate with the Hometown Holiday Horse Parade featuring lighted horse drawn carriages with Grand Marshal Mike Henderson. Stroll Broadway prior to the 7 pm parade as pre-parade performances by guitarist Sweet Surrender serenade visitors at Annie Oakley Park and local singer Joelle York astounds the audience with her talented voice in the fountain steps at the circle. Don’t miss the excitement, merriment, & temptation all forged in this Hometown Holiday Weekend. Come celebrate with us!
This holiday weekend is presented by downtown Greenville businesses and Main Street Greenville with cooperation from the City of Greenville and major support from Greenville Federal and Wayne HealthCare. Visit www.downtowngreenville.org/holiday for a full schedule of events and times.