Bring the entire family to Peoria's annual Oldtown Holiday Festival in the northwest valley.
Where is Peoria's Oldtown Holiday FestivalThe festival will take place in and around Oldtown Peoria at 83rd Ave just south of Grand Avenue. Parking is available at the Community Center accessed from Monroe St. or 84th Ave. Additional parking is available on the streets and city parking garages surrounding the event.
When is it?Friday, November 30, 2012. The festivities will take place between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m.
What kind of festivities will there be?There will be live entertainment, a visit from Santa, snow play, ice rink, inflatables, the APS Kids Zone with cookie decorating and other kids’ activities. The Four Seasons Orchestra-String Quartet will perform at 5:15 and will be followed by the annual High School Choral Contest starting at 6 p.m. inside the Peoria Center for Performing Arts. The Crafter’s Market area is where you can do some last minute holiday shopping and visit the historical museums and jail. You can also see the entries into this year's Gingerbread House Competition.
How much will it cost to get in?Nothing! Admission to Peoria's Oldtown Holiday Festival is free. Food and beverages available for purchase.
What if I have more questions?Visit Peoria's Oldtown Holiday Festival online, or call 623-773-7137.
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