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Come and join us downtown Celebration where all the seasons activities have been extended to keep you in the spirit of the holidays. Stroll the streets of downtown Celebration and take in the many sites and sounds of the happenings on Market Street. Parking and admission are free.
It’s still snowing nightly at 6, 7, 8, and 9 PM, even on New Year’s Eve. You can also enjoy the ice rink, also on New Year’s Eve. Enjoy skating for a half hour for just $10. Don’t worry about ice skates. These are provided for you. You may enjoy the ice rink from 4-10 PM.
Take the time to pop in to the shops located close by. Grab a cup of coffee at Starbucks. Dine in one of the many fine establishments, or take a romantic horse drawn carriage ride. For just $25 for 2 people, you can be mesmerized by all of the holiday lights of the town of Celebration.
Whatever you decide to do to celebrate and ring in the New Year, make it enjoyable and memorable. We hope you’ll join us in Celebration. Have a safe and prosperous New Year!
Enjoy the thrill of snow fall downtown Celebration now until December 31 from 5-9pm. There will be music, Charles Dickens Carolers, photos with Santa, horse drawn carriages, train rides, family fun and best of all, snow fall. Don’t miss out, grab your friends and come out and enjoy yourself downtown.
There will be ice skating, Santa’s house, snow fall and concerts. The first concert begins at 8:15pm with Lucy Iris and the second concert begins at 9:15pm with Ryan Cabrera. Do not miss out on all the fun, bring your family and friends and lat’s do the count down together.
Come out and see your neighbors and friends at the Columbia Restaurant. Columbia Restaurant, 649 Front street, Celebration, FL.
For more information visit, http://septcommunitydinner-es2.eventbrite.com/?rank=4, for more details.
The walk path goes through Celebration and ends at the expansion to the Florida Hospital Celebration Health Women’s Institute. The path is 3 miles long and all are welcome, even our four legged friends! For more information visit the Pink on PArade site at, http://www.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1078967
Tuesday, August 13, at 11:30am-1pm
This is a Chamber of Commerce event featuring Tracy Ward. Come and explore the opportunities of a Chamber membership and how to make it work for you and your business. Network with other business leaders in your area. Enjoy good food and ideas shared at this month’s Lunch, Munch ‘N’ Learn.
RSVP by August 9, 2013
Friday, August 9 2013 5-9:30pm
Dine with friends in the open at one of Celebrations premiere food trucks. Seating is limited, so bring lawn chairs with you in case seats fill up quickly.
The truck line up includes: Nifty Fifty, Curbside Chef, Cheesecake Phactory, Fat Daddy’s BBQ, Posh Nosh, Chill’n Grill’n, Monsta Lobsta, Louis’ Bistro, Wild, Kona Dog, Yum Yum Cupcake, and Sweet City Gelato.
* Participating food trucks are subject to change.
The 2013 Summer Sidewalk Sale will be extra special. Alongside the treasure hunt and special sales, this year’s special feature is the stars of the small screen. Participants from some of televisions reality programs such as Big Brother, Survivor, The Amazing Race and more, will be in attendance and signing autographs.
The Sidewalk sale runs from Friday, August 2 to Sunday August 4. To participate in the treasure hunt pick up a copy of the map from Town Center restaurants to navigate around town and solve puzzles. The winner of the treasure hunt will receive $500 worth of cash and prizes. Autograph proceeds benefit the Give Kid’s the World Village.
August 3, from 3-6pm features the open autograph signing session, a $20 donation is appreciated, all donators will be given a commemorative booklet. Followed by a Luau party at 10pm in Town Tavern.
August 4 is the last day to hand in the treasure hunt maps and solved puzzles.