Holiday fun in Butler County.

Holiday events happening in the County!

The Holiday season is right around the corner here in Butler County! From Holiday themed happenings to Christmas tree lighting ceremonies, Butler County has it all this festive season!

Have a Happy Holiday season from Butler County Connect!

HAMILTON – 

Holiday Lights on the Hill!
When: Friday, November 16th, 2018 – January 1st, 2019
Where: Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum
Admission: Monday-Thursday $20; Friday-Sunday $25 (Per carload). Members $15 every day.

“Bring your friends and loved ones to this award-winning drive-thru holiday lights display! Drive through a 2-mile round-trip magical winter wonderland of Pyramid Hill lights and monumental sculptures glowing with holiday spirit!”

For more information: https://www.pyramidhill.org/

CHRISTKINDLMARKT
When: Friday, December 7th – 9th 2018
Where: Courtyard by Marriott Hamilton.
“Enjoy a vast variety of offerings at this authentic German Christmas market. This weekend-long event has something for everyone. Dance along to live German music, stroll the offerings of the German market and enjoy mouth-watering German food and beer. The giant cream puffs are a huge and tasty hit. Children can write their wish lists to Santa and drop them in Santa’s mailbox for free North Pole delivery. Be sure not to miss the lantern parade that kicks off the festivities on Friday evening!”

For more information: www.facebook.com/hamiltonchristkindlmarkt/

ANNUAL GERMAN VILLAGE CHRISTMAS WALK
When: Sunday, December 02, 2018 12pm-5pm
Where: German Village- North 2nd Street

“Carriage bells on horse-drawn carriages will ring in the annual Christmas walk in German Village. Large toy soldiers will be on display and village ambassadors will welcome and assist you as you wander the village. Listen to strolling musicians in Dickens attire, take a carriage ride, buy roasted nuts and other tasty treats along the way. You can tour St. Julie Billiart Church, private residences, and historic buildings and businesses decorated in full Victorian splendor. Visitors will also have the opportunity to purchase crafts and gifts, and visit with Santa and his reindeer.”

For more information: https://www.facebook.com/GermanVillageChristmasWalk

Hamilton’s Annual Tree Lighting

When: Saturday, November 17th, 2018 5 pm – 8 pm
Where: Riversedge at Marcum Park
“Join us for Hamilton’s 25th annual tree lighting ceremony along with a variety of other holiday-related activities and events now in a new location – RiversEdge at Marcum Park!”

For more information: www.facebook.com/events

MIDDLETOWN –

 

Middletown Tree Lighting

 

When: Saturday, November 24th, 2018 at 4 pm
Where: Downtown Middletown

“Join us right after the Santa Parade for Christmas music and the official Middletown Tree Lighting, by Santa!!

More details to come! Plan to join in the fun! It is also SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY! Many of the businesses downtown have amazing deals happening! Parade, Santa, Tree Lighting, Christmas music, shopping, AND food! The perfect mix for family fun!

-Santa Parade 4 pm
-Tree Lighting and music 5 pm
-Shopping until 10 pm”

For more information: www.facebook.com

West Chester/ Liberty Township –

Christmas at Entertrainment Junction
When: Saturday, November 17th, 2018 – January 1st, 2019
Where: EnterTRAINment Junction (West Chester)

“Create a holiday tradition for your family at this magical indoor holiday celebration! See the magic of Christmas at the home of the World’s Largest Indoor Train Display. Take a “Journey to the North Pole”, where you can meet Mrs. Claus and Santa alongside the reindeer stables and elves’ workshop. Mrs. Claus will treat you to cookies in her kitchen as you prepare your wish list for Santa. Don’t miss “Main Street Holiday Trains” that showcases a beautiful winter train display. Please note: Santa will go on vacation beginning December 26th.”

For more information: entertrainmentjunction.com/

GIRL BOSS HOLIDAY POP-UP
When: Saturday, November 10th, 2018
Where: Liberty Center – 7100 Foundry Row, Liberty Township, OH 45069
Admission: FREE
“Start your holiday shopping at the Girl Boss Holiday Pop-Up at Liberty Center. Shop from 30 different woman-owned businesses in the area while enjoying donuts, coffee, and even a photo booth. This event is kid-friendly, with a kids area hosted by Sweet Petite Seating, so bring the whole family along for a fun day of shopping!”

For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/308392179935915/

Holiday Parade and Tree lighting ceremony at Liberty Center!
When: Friday, November, 17th 2019 12-8pm
Where: Liberty Center – 7100 Foundry Row, Liberty Township, OH 45069

“Don’t miss the annual Liberty Center Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting Ceremony on Saturday, November 17th. This spectacular holiday event is the perfect way to get in the holiday spirits.

Schedule of Events:
6:30 PM – Annual Holiday Parade & Tree Lighting
Join Liberty Center in the Park for their annual Holiday Parade & Tree Lighting Ceremony!
7 PM – Santa’s Arrival in the Living Room
– Carriage Rides in the Park”

For more information: www.liberty-center.com/login?returnurl=%2fholiday-parade-tree-lighting-ceremony

FAIRFIELD – 

LIGHT UP FAIRFIELD
When: Saturday, December 1st, 2018 1-6 pm
Where: Village Green Park – 301 Wessel Dr, Fairfield, OH 45014

“Light Up Fairfield will ring in the holiday season! Help Santa light up the big tree on the Village Green Amphitheater Stage. Light Up Fairfield includes story time, a holiday market, caroling, children’s crafts and you can help decorate a giant gingerbread house! Enjoy a day of festive family fun in Fairfield, OH! For more information and the most up to date schedule of events for Light Up Fairfield, please visit: www.Fairfield-City.org/LightUp

OXFORD –

Oxford Holiday Festival
When: December 1st, 2018 9am-9pm
Where: Oxford Community Arts Center 10 South College Ave
Celebrate the holiday season in Oxford at the popular annual Oxford Holiday Festival. Events will take place all through Uptown, including the Oxford Community Arts Center and Uptown Parks!

For more information: enjoyoxford.org