Photos: 2012 Elburn Christmas Stroll
By Elburn Herald
on December 14, 2012
Five-month-old Dylan Jump (right) of DeKalb doesn’t know what to make of Santa at the Town and
Country Public Library during the Elburn Christmas Stroll on Friday.
Grace Algrim, 9, and her grandma, Becky Hale, create crafts during the Christmas Stroll.
Santa Claus greets riders of all ages on the Polar Express train located at the Elburn and Countryside Community Center. The train loaded up and took spectators throughout the grounds and around Christmas-themed inflatables.
Kyle of Maple Park gives his ticket to Elburn Herald Editor Keith Beebe at the Life-Sized Kandyland game. The Elburn Herald has been doing the game for nearly 15 years and was excited for the challenge of setting up in the Community Center. The turnout was over 700 at this year’s event.
The Holiday Craft Faire was in full swing at the Elburn and Countryside Community Center on Friday during the stroll. There were more than 10 crafter tables, as well as businesses set up to help visitors. This year’s wreath auction was also well received, bringing in over 10 decorated wreaths for visitors to bid on and purchase.
The Kasap family of Elburn—Lydia, Lauren and Jordan—check out the Elburn Fire Department displays during the Christmas Stroll.
Photos by Kimberly Anderson