Christmas in Kaneville set for Dec. 5

By on November 30, 2009

Kaneville—The village of Kaneville will bring Christmas to the area a bit early when Christmas in Kaneville comes to town on Saturday, Dec. 5.

From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., there will be a variety of holiday activities at a number of locations throughout the village. Following is a list of places to go, as well as things to see, do and eat:
• Horse-drawn wagon rides between various points in the village
• Cookie walk at Kaneville United Methodist Church from 9 to 11 a.m.
• Visit Santa at the Fire Barn on Lovell Street
• Various area business/crafters will have displays of their products for purchase in the Dave Werdin Community Center gym
• Cake walk in the gym
• Hill’s Country Store will give out free peppermint ice cream and cocoa, hold a gift basket drawing
• Kaneville Community Child Care Center will offer raffle tickets and cookie decorating
• Kaneville Public Library will host children’s crafts and story time, basket raffle and free drawing for a prize
• Kaneville Township Historical Society will have its 1840s historical Farley House open to the public for viewing, with a display of old toys and free popcorn balls
• Old Second Bank, Kaneville branch, will host a customer appreciation/20th anniversary open house
• The Village Board invited all village residents to participate iin an outdoor Christmas Decorating Contest.

About Elburn Herald

The Elburn Herald has been serving the Kaneland communities since 1908. To reach our editor, Keith Beebe, email, or call (630) 365-6446, ext. 105. To reach our owner/publisher, Ryan Wells, email, or call (630) 365-6446, ext. 107.

You must be logged in to post a comment Login