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with Santa, enjoy a beverage, grab
some sweet treats, and check off some items on your Christmas list. Early bird admission is $5 and general admission is free starting at 10am. Countryside has partnered with the Food Bank of Cal- houn County and will be donating 100% of early bird sales and non perishable items collected. For every non perish- able item brought you will receive a raf- fle ticket to win one of many amazing raffle items donated by our participating crafters and local businesses. Help us support the Food Bank by bringing canned and boxed goods to help fami- lies in need this Holiday season. Can’t wait to see you at Countryside Venue & Events. (269) 589-9445.
6th Annual Fill the Fountain with Food & Warmth
November 25, 9:30-11:30am
We need help! Pull up by City Hall and we will unload your donation. Warmth items and non-perishable food: Canned goods, hats, mittens, coats, blankets, shoes/socks. Event sponsored by Real Estate One Rosemary Davis, Starr Commonwealth, and City of Marshall. We hope to see you there!
Sip & Shop At W.K. Kellogg Manor House
December 1, 6:30-8:30pm
Stroll through the beautifully deco- rated Manor House for an evening of shopping wares from local artists and vendors. This is your best chance to
get one-of-a-kind gifts before they
are gone! Enjoy a glass of our MSU Wine while stopping, with an option to purchase a bottle or two. A cash bar will be offered as well. The W.K. Kellogg Manor House is located at 3700 E. Gull Lake Dr., in Hickory Corners.
Merry Mile Drive Through Holiday Light Display
December 1-30, 6-9pm
The Merry Mile Holiday Light Display is back at the Calhoun County Fair- grounds. Opening December 1, every Thursday through Sunday, 6-9pm, through December 30. Thinking of fluffy snow and dazzling lights might help you through the cold wet rain to- day. $10 per car; cash or card accepted.
and go store to store where you will enjoy festive snacks and drinks while shopping for the ones you love. There are toys, clothes, home decor, Faygo candles, specialty drink mixes, tools, candy bouquets, holiday wreaths and centerpieces – too much to list! Save the date and come join the fun!
Santa and His Reindeer Visit the Library
December 5, 4-7pm
Santa Claus is coming to Willard Library. Visit to take a picture with Santa Claus. Make sure you bring your Christmas list so Santa will know what you’d like for Christmas. While you are here, don’t miss your chance to make some holiday themed crafts, or get cozy in the Library’s lower level and watch a movie. And as an extra bonus, some of Santa’s reindeer will be here to pet and enjoy!
 Marshall Christmas Parade
Don’t miss Marshall Community Ballet Company’s return to performing the holiday favorite, The Nutcracker! www.marshallcommunityballet
November 27, 7pm
Marshall has been known for it’s Christ- mas parades for almost 60 years and this year will be no different. We welcome everyone of all ages to come celebrate the holidays with the 59th Annual Marshall Christmas Parade. The 2023 theme is “The North pole & Misfit Toys.”
Marshall Retail Open House
The Nutcracker
Join at the Calhoun County Fairgrounds on Wednesday, December 6 at 6pm
for an Eggnog Jog. Take in the 1 mile holiday lights display through the Merry Mile on foot this year during the Egg- nog Jog family fun run and walk. Warm up after with hot chocolate and eggnog and visit with Santa. (269) 781-8161,
December 1-3, Times Vary
December 1, 6-9pm
Christmas Around the World
Join us for the most anticipated shop- ping event of the season; The Retail Open House. Stroll the downtown beautifully decorated for the season
December 8, 5:30-8:30pm
Eggnog Jog
December 6, 6-8pm
Join Calhoun Christian Schools to see how other countries celebrate

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