Santa duncan 300GREENVILLE, KY (12/3/12) – According to Duncan Center officials, Santa and his wife will be making a special trip through Greenville this weekend.
Santa and Mrs. Claus will be visiting the Duncan Center Saturday, December 8th from 9 a.m.-noon for pictures and hot cocoa!
Picture cds will be $10 and will include several poses. Later in the evening, enjoy a festive horse drawn tour of historic downtown Greenville, Kentucky from 5pm-9pm. Let the gentle “clip-clop” of horses do the walking during a 15-20 minute ride taking in the history and beauty of the city. The Duncan Center has promised lots of family fun as you’re all snuggled up together enjoying the sights and sounds of the season! The Duncan Center will have the fireplace lit and delicious hot cocoa ready to serve when you return from your trip.
The spirit of the season will be ringing throughout the Center with live music with carolers and dulcimers. “Ooh and Ahh at the “Jubilee of Trees”, fifteen trees all uniquely decorated for the season by Old National Bank, Muhlenberg Community Theatre, Classic Lady, Muhlenberg Arts Council, Ooh La La Boutique, Muhlenberg Quilters Guild, The Screen Door Country & Country Market, Greenville Tourism Commission, Belle Meade Home & the Muhlenberg Homemakers.
Sunday, December 9th from 1-4 p.m. will be the Duncan Center’s annual Christmas Open House. This is a joyous time to visit the Center. Bring the family after church for fellowship, goodies to eat and live seasonal music. Looking for special gift? This is also a great time to visit their gift shop!
For more information about any of the Duncan Center events during this weekend, please call 338-2605 or find them on Facebook.
All events are sponsored by the Greenville Tourism Commission.
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