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Christmas. Enjoy tasty treats from around the world and get a passport stamped along the way. The students will also be providing musical enter- tainment throughout the evening. This event is for all ages! Calhoun Christian School is located at 14 Woodrow Ave S.
Holiday Craft Show
Claus. We will also have a 50/50 raffle. Tickets – Adults $10. Students, Seniors and Veterans $5. (269) 962-2153.
Sip and Shop –
Holiday Punch Game
December 14, 5:30-8:30pm
Sip, Shop, and Punch your way to priz- es, discounts, and fabulous gift finding in Downtown Marshall.
Live Nativity
Join us for our 2nd annual Holiday Craft Show! All proceeds from this event will support Heritage Commons programming and services. For more information please call (269) 558- 6150. Location: Heritage Commons Senior Center, 15885 W. Michigan Ave., Marshall.
of four historic homes and a museum, all decorated for the holiday season. The walks will start promptly at 4pm and leave every 20 minutes until 7pm. on both days. Each tour begins with a reception at the First Baptist Church
at 305 W. Michigan Avenue, Marshall. Participants should arrive at least 30 minutes before their scheduled tour times to enjoy the receptions and be ready to depart at the scheduled times. This is a walking tour so come pre- pared for the weather. You will need to remove boots or shoes at each home, so be sure to have footwear that will be comfortable, warm and easy to slip off. Cost: $25. For more information please contact Marshall Historical Society (269) 781-8544. www.marshallhistori-
Christmas Concert –
Holiday Magic
December 9, 7:30-10:30pm
The Battle Creek Symphony presents “Holiday Magic.” Join us at the W.K. Kellogg Auditorium on Saturday, De- cember 9, 2022 at 7:30pm. It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Cherish your fondest memories with Christmas and Hanukkah classics, plus Broadway star Christiane Noll, Kid’s Conducting Contest winner, and carol sing-along. Please visit: holiday-magic or call (269) 963-1911 ext 2586 for more information and to purchase tickets!
Christmas Concert –
“The Most Wonderful Time
of the Year”
December 10, 3-5pm
Head down to Pennfield Performing Art Centers for this years Christ- mas, “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” presented by Cereal City Concert Band. Bring your children to see our special guests Santa and Mrs.
December 8-10, 6-9pm
Enjoy Battle Creek’s Live Nativity featuring local volunteer actors. Dress warm and cuddle up on straw bales (with courtesy blankets) while Mary, Jo- seph, angels, wise men, and shepherds tell the amazing story of our savior’s birth in Bethlehem. The Nativity is generally performed every 30 min-
Candlelight Walk of Historic Marshall Homes
December 9-10, 4-7pm
The 42nd annual Marshall Candlelight Walk will be a guided walking tour
Sounds of Christmas
utes over three consecutive evenings each December and is located in the side yard of Battle Creek’s Commerce Point – between that and the Kellogg Foundation. Round out the evening with a walk through Downtown’s International Festival of Lights! For more information contact Rhonda at
Starting December 14 to 17, Great Escape Stage Company will be running five performances featuring many popu- lar Christmas favorites. Come celebrate the season featuring many of the artists who have appeared at Great Escape over the years and performing things both new and familiar. As a thank you to the community, audiences, and sup- porters, all shows will be “pay what you can” in order for everyone to partake
of the joyful holidays at Great Escape Stage Company. (269) 781-2700,
Tinsel Toes 5 K
December 9, 5:30pm
Wine and Christmas Cookies
The Tinsel Toes 5k, brought to
you by Cereal City Athletics, is a family fun run that weaves through
the beautiful Festival of Lights in Downtown Battle Creek. Our focus
is on highlighting our beautiful downtown and bringing friends and family together for fitness and festive fun. All proceeds from the event benefit Girls on the Run of Calhoun County. Participants who register the day of the event will not be guaranteed shirts (they will be available on a first come, first serve basis). Tinsel Toes will start and end at Full Blast. Prizes this year will include: most festive individual and family, most lit up, and ugliest Christmas sweater. Awards
will be announced at 6:15pm. Register online: tleCreek/TinselToes5K.
December 15, 5:30-7:30pm
Candy Cane Lane
Christmas Pajama Party Trolley Tour
December 16, 5:30-8:30pm
Grab your little ones and climb aboard the Marshall Trolley for a night of cookies, hot cocoa, and holiday lights! Wear your holiday pajamas and enjoy a Christmas story as you go through the Merry Mile light display. A little elf told us that Santa will be at the Merry Mile this day! Contact Choose Marshall at (269) 781-5163 to book.
December 9, 9am-3pm
Lakeview Middle School will hold the 10th annual Candy Cane Lane Craft- er/Vendor event this year! Over 100 vendor and crafters this year. This is the spot to come for a variety of crafters, artists, and home businesses. Admission is free and everyone is welcome. All walkways are stroller and wheelchair accessible. Lakeview Middle School is located at 300 S. 28th Street.
December 9, 10am-3pm
December 14-17, 3pm or 7pm
Enjoy a night at Cornwell’s Turkeyville with wine and friends learning the art of royal icing and Christmas Cookies! Each ticket gets one dozen cookies to decorate and wine. The Cost is $25 and space is limited call for reservations (269) 781-4293, www.turkeyville. com. Location: Cornwell’s Turkeyville- 18935 15 1⁄2 Mile Rd., Marshall.
What A Do Theatre Presents – “Christmas Schooner” December 15, 7:30-9:30pm
Join us Friday night at Harper
Creek High School Auditorium for the musical, “The Christmas Schoo- ner.” The show starts at 7:30pm. Tickets are $18. (269) 300-8629

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