Town of Waynesville Events Calendar Thru Dec 15, 2018

Oct 31 - Wed - TREATS ON THE STREET - A safe way for children to trick-or-treat on Main Street from 5 pm to 7 pm


NOVEMBER 2018
Nov 2 - Fri - "ART after DARK"
Participating galleries & studios remain open until 9 pm on this evening with special artist’s showings, displays, and refreshments. Look for the WGA group flag representing the Waynesville Gallery Association.

Nov 30- Fri - TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY - Oak Park Inn - tree lighting and activities for children. Hot chocolate and cookies will be served.

 

DECEMBER 2018
Dec 1-31 - “ALL THROUGH THE TOWN” Holiday happenings all month in downtown businesses.

Dec 3 - Mon -Waynesville CHRISTMAS PARADE Main Street 6pm - The Theme is Jingle All the Way!

Parade Application and Rules

Dec 8 - Sat - “A NIGHT before CHRISTMAS" A Holiday Tradition in Downtown Waynesville. Live music, caroling, Bethlehem Market Place, Live Nativity, old-fashioned wagon rides, Santa, luminaries line the street. Shops, galleries & restaurants remain open. Join us for an evening of family fun. 6-9pm.

Dec 13-24 - TWELVE DAYS of CHRISTMAS Magical Moments & Memories Made Here

Dec 15-Sat - Wreath Laying at Greenhill Cemetery - 10 AM - by Wreaths Across America WNC Additional information may be found by visiting their Facebook page - Wreaths Across America WNC

Check for Updates

 

Town of Franklin Thru Dec 2018 

MACON COUNTY MYSTERIES WITH GREGG CLARK

October 27, 2018 11:00 am

Historic Cowee School – Arts & Heritage Center

51 Cowee School Drive, Franklin, NC 28734

828-349-1945

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Continuing with their fall celebrations, the Friends of the Rickman Store invite you to the presentation of writer and storyteller Gregg Clark this Saturday, October 27 at 11 am. Clark will be reading from his latest book “Three Days in 63” and from his upcoming book if teen campfire tales. The now traditional chili and cornbread will be served after his presentation.

For more information visit Friends of the Rickman Store on Facebook.

HALLOWEEN IN THE PARK

October 30, 2018 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Macon County Veteran’s Memorial Park

1288 Georgia Road, Franklin, NC 28734

828-349-2090

828-349-2090

Presented by the Macon County Parks and Recreation Department. For additional information contact 828-349-2090.

This year’s event will take place at the Recreation Park.

TOYS FOR TOTS CRUISE-IN

November 10, 2018 10:00 am

Countryside Chevrolet

71 Cat Creek Road, Franklin NC 28734

828-524-0734

www.countrysidechevy.com

Everyone is welcome to join in the good time, food, music and fun for the whole family at Countryside Chevrolet’s Toys for Tots Cruise-In. There will be classics, hot rods, antiques, street rods and motorcycles.,

Bring a New Unwrapped Toy!

WINTER WONDERLAND NIGHTS

November 24, 2018 5:00 pm


Downtown Franklin

5 W. Main Street

828-524-2516

Franklin’s holiday celebration is held two Saturday nights in downtown Franklin. November 24 and December 1 will feature living window displays, free wagon rides, tree lighting ceremony, music and more.

FRANKLIN’S ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARADE

November 25, 2018 3:00 pm

Downtown Franklin

5 W. Main Street

828-524-3161

A wonderful tradition falling on the Sunday after Thanksgiving is the procession of the Franklin Christmas Parade. This year’s theme will be announced soon.

The Parade floats will line up on Church Street entering Main Street through Town Hall’s parking lot. The parade will continue down Main Street, turning left onto Porter Street at the Lazy Hiker. Turning left again onto Palmer Street at the red light continuing to the Depot Street Intersection. Turn right on Depot Street to disband parade.

The parade will feature fire trucks, EMS, police cars, floats, trucks, cars and walkers.

For more information, contact the Franklin Chamber at 828-524-3161.

WINTER WONDERLAND NIGHTS

November 24, 2018 5:00 pm

More Dates
Downtown Franklin

5 W. Main Street

828-524-2516

Franklin’s holiday celebration is held two Saturday nights in downtown Franklin. November 24 and December 1 will feature living window displays, free wagon rides, tree lighting ceremony, music and more.

For more information and updates

 

 

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