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Cuba Hometown Christmas
Join the festivities Saturday, December 1st!
From costumed players to Belgian drawn wagon rides, Cuba’s Small Town Christmas celebration radiates holiday spirit reminiscent of days past. After the grand lighting of the tree in Genesee Park and the arrival of Santa, visitors can drive over to Chamberlain Park and follow the stages of the Christ-child story.
7:30 – 10:30 am – Wake up early and enjoy a hearty breakfast the the American Legion
10 am – First Baptist Church showing of “The Star” every two hours
Got Soup? Ward off the chill with soup and more soup! The Palmer Opera House soup sales
Sweet Meredith’s Fudgery, located within The Palmer Opera House will be having specials on fudge all day long. 12 W Main St
10am-4pm Open House at The Inn at 28 – Homemade hot cocoa and cookies. Tours & gift items.
11 am – Christmas Baked Delights workshop at The Palmer
11 am – 1 pm – Make & Take Christmas Gifts at the Cuba Library
1 pm – 5 pm – Take a wagon ride around Cuba! This has been such a huge success that the Chamber is bringing in two wagons pulled by beautiful Belgian horses. Get cozy on T&S Belgians with their wagons and Belgians and enjoy the sights and sounds of the holiday, pick up & drop off at 2 W Main St.
4:30 pm – Have you experienced The Perfect Blends “Mobile Coffee Trailer”, tonight’s your chance. They will be there with bells on for your coffee and cocoa delights – Genesee Park
5 pm – Experience some holiday magic; Santa’s Arrival in Genesee Park and the Christmas Tree lighting. Get your selfie with Santa and stick around for some yummy cookies and even some cheese! And catch up with old friends and family and enjoy the holiday cheer! Genesee Park
5 pm – Players from Every Christmas Story Ever Told and Then Some! Will be mingling through the crowd at the park to hand out coupons for the play showing at 7 pm at The Palmer – Genesee Park
5:30 pm – Did someone mention reindeer? I heard our Cuba Library has the connection and the reindeer will be arriving in the park just after Santa. – Genesee Park
6 pm – 8 pm – A special treat, Saturday evening, North Park Wesleyan Church brings you a drive by Living Nativity again this year! Come and follow the stages of the Christ-child story, with live animals, full narration and hot drinks available. Experience the wonder of Jesus’ birth through live sights and sounds of the Christmas Story! Chamberlain Park
7 pm – The Palmer Opera House is hosting “Every Christmas Story Ever Told and Then Some” – get your tickets early ($10) 12 W Main St
Stop by the Chamber Office during the day to see the Chamber’s 1st Nativity Scene Exhibit. Saint Francis of Assisi is credited with creating the first live nativity scene in 1223 to cultivate the worship of Christ, after being inspired by his visit to the Holy Land, where he saw Jesus’s traditional birthplace. 5 W Main St
Christmas Cut Outs for photo opportunities will again be displayed on Main St, Stop by to capture the day
Join the fun with “Find the Mouse & Name the Cheese” Scavenger Hunt – Pick up your info sheets at the Chamber office. We have made 15 different mouse holes with a different cheese on each. A mouse will be guarding the cheese, but if you get close enough you can determine what cheese each mouse is guarding. Write in all 15 cheeses and drop it off back off at the Chamber Office by 4:45, for your chance to win a Cheesy Delight basket! 5 W Main St
While walking toward his home one winter evening, composing a sermon, Martin Luther, the 16th century Protestant reformer, was awed by the brilliance of stars twinkling amidst the evergreens. It reminded him of Jesus when He left the stars in heaven to come down to earth. To recapture the scene for his family, he erected such a tree inside his home and lighted it with candles. Join us as the Chamber introduces our Inaugural Christmas Tree Twinkle! See glorious trees lit in Chamberlain Park throughout the Living Nativity. Chamberlain Park