Christmas in LS

Get ready for a busy day in town when the 18th annual Christmas in Lime Springs is celebrated this Sunday, Dec. 7.
Most of the day’s events take place in and around the Community Center, although some local businesses will be having open houses and selling items.

The main draw of the day (until the arrival of Santa) is the craft show, which opens at noon in the Fire Station and Community Center. About 20 vendors with 41 products are scheduled to display their wares. Many will have one-of-a-kind items for those hard-to-buy-for family members and friends. Others will have presentations and complimentary gifts.

Vendors who have a spot on Sunday include:
• Family Fun and Fitness
• Library
• Swimming Pool ~ Birthday/Anniversary Calendars, Sweatshirts, T-shirts, Solar Santas
• Susie Balk ~ Candy Bouquets
• Wemark Chiropractic ~ ionic Shoes, Weight Loss Concepts, LifeVantage
• Firemen Auxiliary ~ Shirts and Hats
• Marcia Bannister ~ Pindora
• Terri Smith ~ Young Living Oils and Crafts
• Ashley Olson ~ Scentsy and Tastefully Simple
• Mary Wherry ~ Wine Bottle Wind Chimes and Crafts
• C and D Junk Yard Art
• Lindsey Schwenn ~ Wine Bangles, Bottles and Beads
• Rochelle Mills ~ Tupperware
• Christy Klimesh ~ Thirty One
• Kenny Hebrink ~ Quilts and Wall Hangings
• Renea Hall ~ Scarves, Candles and Crafts
• Dave ~ Glass Figures, etc.
• Kathy Adams ~ DoTerra and Jafra
• A Basket Raffle takes place in the Community Center. The proceeds of this silent auction basket raffle go to the Community Center. So far it sounds as though there is a large and varied selection of baskets—including ones geared toward children, games/movies, water fun, wine and certificates for gifts and food.

In between shopping and visiting, folks can always get a nice bowl of chili. Serving begins at noon until gone, with a free-will donation.

Entertainment will again be the beautiful music produced by the Community Center’s baby grand piano.

At 1:45 Oneota Club will present their grants to area organizations.

Then it is the long-awaited arrival of Santa at 3. St. Nick will be arriving by horse and wagon—to give Rudolph and his crew a break. Afterwards, Steve Davis will give wagon rides around town the rest of the afternoon.

Enjoy Lime Springs’ Christmas celebration by stopping by the Community Center on Sunday!


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