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Queen Creek Hometown Christmas

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Queen Creek Hometown Christmas

Hometown Christmas will feature visits with Santa, craft activities, food and craft vendors, and entertainment by local children's dance and choral groups. Slade, Queen Creek's own country group presented by the Queen Creek Performing Arts Center, will also perform! Queen Creek's Hometown Christmas is sure to get you in the holiday spirit! Don't miss it! 5-9 PM.

Queen Creek Hometown Christmas is hosted by Queen Creek Parks and Recreation Special Events, the Queen Creek Branch Library and the Friends of the Library.

Queen Creek Hometown Christmas

Address : Queen Creek Library, 21802 S. Ellsworth Rd Queen Creek AZ
Phone : 480-358-3700   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free

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