Christmas Open House Weekend

November 10, 2017 - November 12, 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

santa photoShopkeepers offer refreshments and cheer, as they present their finest in holiday merchandise during Christmas Open House Weekend, November 10-12. Borgess-Lee Memorial Hospital and the Chamber are proud to host the Dowagiac Christmas Celebration. Enjoy the relaxed pace of holiday shopping, the way it used to be, as this favorite three-day event opens on Friday, November 10, at specialty shops throughout the community. 

Yuletide classics trumpet the crisp air, welcoming families to holiday activities held downtown on Open House Saturday, November 11, from 10 to 2 p.m. A true-to-life Old-World Santa greets children within the elegant indoor setting of Wood Fire Italian Trattoria, while our European-styled Mrs. Claus strolls the downtown.  Enjoy the warm surroundings of the Pompeii Room, where children receive a gift from St. Nick.

Enjoy vocal, instrumental and dance performances at Beckwith Park, tour our grand city by horse-drawn carriage and meet local artisans, when you visit the Theta Mu Sorority Craft Show, held at Dowagiac Middle School from 9 to 3 p.m.  On Sunday while visiting the Christmas Open Houses of our specialty shops, be sure to register for the many in-store drawings from noon to 4 p.m.  For more information call (269) 782.8212.

 

 

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