|12 - 13||Gun Show - Vendors will be exhibiting everything from guns, knives and swords, including those that might have been used during the Civil War, WWI, WWII, etc. Some of the booths will also include books, gun parts, reloading supplies, ammo and prints relating to military history. This event is hosted by the Audie Murphy/American Cotton Museum so plan a visit to the museum as well while you are in town for the show!
Address: Fletcher Warren Civic Center, 5501 S. Bus Hwy 69 , Greenville, Texas
|27 - 29||Northeast Texas Crafters Show - Includes craft displays and sales.
Address: Crossroads Mall , Greenville, Texas
|30||Annual Christmas Parade - Includes marching bands, floats, antique cars, horses and Santa Claus.
Address: Downtown Greenville , Greenville, Texas
|4 - 12||Christmas on Park Street - Wagon Rides two weekends, Friday and Saturday, 6:00-9:00pm. $6 per person (Lap Children free)
Santa will be here every evening!
Concessions will be open every evening-Includes hot chocolate, cider, cookies, brownies, and many other assorted items!
The Lantern Parade on December 11th starts at 5:30pm-Assemble at Park Street Baptist Church at 5:15pm. It is requested that each participate bring a lantern for lighting. Participation as a viewer or walker is encouraged. In the event of a weather cancellation, the parade will be on December 18th.
In case of Inclement Weather all events may be canceled for the evening-Call
Ph: 903-454-9293 (Always call and confirm events)
|4 - 12||Park Street Wagon Rides - Enjoy wagon or carriage rides and live entertainment. Wagon Rides two weekends, Friday and Saturday, 6:00-9:00pm. $6 per person (Lap Children free)
Address: 2301 Park St. , Greenville, Texas
|5||Park Street Lantern Parade - Includes singers, bell ringers and bagpipers, along with Park Street residents dressed in period costumes.
Address: Park Street Baptist Church , Greenville, Texas
|5||Altrusa Christmas Tour of Homes - Altrusa's Annual Christmas Tour of Homes. 1pm - 5 pm, tickets on sale at Greenville Floral & Gifts. Call for more information.
Address: Various homes in Greenville, TX , Greenville, Texas
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