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The Holly Hill Christmas Festival is held on the first Friday and Saturday of every December. It features live entertainment, a Live Nativity, kids rides, parade and a visit from Santa. In addition, each year the festival includes a wide variety of food and market vendors and special activities for the kids.
A drive-through Nativity will be held around the circular drive at New Way Church House Ministries, 8907 Old State Road, on December 3rd beginning at 6 p.m. Area churches have come together to tell the Story of Jesus for all families to enjoy.
There will also be an outdoor Christmas Decorating Contest throughout the 29059 Zip Code. Of course, everyone is encouraged to deck their halls, but prizes will be awarded for Best Home, Best Church, and Best Business, if you register your address for the judges to include it. You may use the form at right.
Additionally, the library will host an outdoor Christmas movie night. More details coming soon!
Also, a new Christmas Tree will be installed and lit at the Town Hall Municipal Complex.
And, the festival committee is continuing last year's tradition of creating personalized ornaments for display around the town.
If your church or group would like to participate in a scene for the Story of Jesus event, please email Linda Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read more about our Christmas Festival, or visit our Christmas Festival Tab located under the Special Events section on this website.
Relax and unwind after the long work week with great music and great friends at the Water Fountain in downtown Holly Hill. Typically starts in April and ends in late August. Bring a lawn chair and your dancing shoes.
The Farmers Market is held in the summer on Wednesdays from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. at the Town Hall Complex
What started off as a little neighborhood event has become a town wide tradition.