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"Christmas In The Village" At GT Commons This Weekend

By Beth Milligan | Dec. 7, 2018

The Village at Grand Traverse Commons will hold a weekend-long "Christmas in the Village" celebration starting today (Friday) and continuing through Sunday.

The Village will offer music, Santa Claus visits, shopping specials, carriage rides, and more throughout the weekend. Merchants are also offering "stocking stuffer" items for $20 and under. The Village also serves as a Toys For Tots drop-off location, so attendees are invited to bring a new unwrapped toy to donate for the toy drive.

The complete Christmas in the Village schedule of events is as follows:

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 6PM-8PM
Hot Chocolate Competition 6PM-8PM
Shopping Specials & Stocking Stuffer Items under $20
Unsilent Night at Left Foot Charley 6PM
Tree Lighting 7PM

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 10AM-7PM
Indoor Farmers Market 10AM-2PM
Meet Santa 1PM-5PM
Cookie Decorating at MI Farm Market 3PM-5PM
Music in the Halls
Face Painting 3PM-5PM
Shopping Specials & Stocking Stuffer Items under $20
Christmas Coloring Station

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 11AM-4PM
Music in the Halls
Meet Santa 12PM-3PM
Carriage Rides 12PM-3PM
Cookie Decorating at MI Farm Market 12PM-3PM
Shopping Specials & Stocking Stuffer Items under $20

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