DeWitt's Hometown Christmas

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Name: DeWitt's Hometown Christmas
Date: December 2, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM CST
Event Description:
DeWitt's Hometown Christmas is a free event to the public. Come spend the day in DeWitt and get into the Christmas spirit!!
Kid's Christmas Carnival 
Santa arrives at the American Legion Post 238 to visit with children and listen to their wish lists, also enjoy carnival games. 
Donuts, make-it and take-it craft tables and carnival prizes (donated by the Noon Lions) at the DeWitt Community Center.

Kid's Christmas Movie at the DeWitt Operahouse Theater
Hot-dog lunch sponsored by the DeWitt Nite lions.
Noon: The
 Family Holiday Movies (TBD)
*For safety purposes, children must be escorted to and from the movie if the parent/guardian is not attending. Entrance into the movie and lunch are based on a first-come first-served basis, space and quantities are limited.

One Mile Hometown Holiday Hustle Fun Run
Hosted by the Central DeWitt Future Business Leaders of America
Registration at the Dewitt Community Center
Costume Contest Judging
Costume Awards 
1 Mile Run/Walk 
Registration is located at:
DeWitt Community Center 
512 10th Street

Live Window Walk 
Live Holiday Windows, Gingerbread House Contest, Warming Station and Caroling in the Downtown area.

Lighted Pickup Parade
Lighted Pickup Parade down 6th Ave, for more details or for information on how to be a part of the parade visit their Facebook
PageLighted Pickup Parade or email

Check out the 2016 event Facebook page to see all the festivities!!!
DeWitt Iowa
Date/Time Information:
December 2nd, 2017
Most of the event is FREE!!
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