Join in the Victorian Christmas Celebration activities in Jacksonville, Oregon.
Holiday Festivities continue on weekends up to Christmas
Christmas Tree Lighting, caroling at 5pm. and visits with Father Christmas from 11am-4pm on Novemer 30th, 2019.
Experience an old fashioned Holiday Season every Saturday and Sunday in December when Historic Jacksonville is transformed into a 19th Century village celebrating Christmas in Victorian style. Enjoy the buildings decorated with greenery and lights. Listen to and join in with strolling Carolers. Sip some hot cider from a street side stand. Take a horse drawn wagon ride.
Don’t miss the Victorian Christmas Parade at 10am.
Stop by Dan McGeorge Photo Gallery to visit Father Christmas. Bring your camera to take photos of your kiddos
Take a ride on the Holly Jolly Trolley for just $1 as it makes a short loop around town and lets you off to shop and eat.
Make sure one of your stops is the 1873 Beekman House Museum at 470 E. California. It’s decorated for a Victorian Christmas in the late 1800s. Costumed docents share the origins of holiday traditions during 1- hour tours between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. every weekend. Find the good luck pickle on the Christmas tree; steal a kiss under the mistletoe; and sample one of Mrs. Beekman’s sugar cookies.
You also can step behind the counter of the Beekman Bank Museum, the oldest financial institution in the Pacific Northwest. Peer in drawers, walk in the vault, and interact with docents sharing stories of late 19th Century banking practices, gold shipping, and handshake deals.
And there are special activities and events every day! For a complete list of event, times, and locations visit www.ChristmasinJacksonville.com and www.historicjacksonville.org.
A Magical performance of Stillpoint’s presentation of The Nutcracker in Grants Pass at Grants Pass Performing Arts Center.
A Holiday Tradition every December not to be missed.
Tickets on sale now.
A wonderful time for the Holiday Season. Bring the family for the weekend events to see Santa and Mrs. Claus, play games, see the beautiful decorations, local art and more.
Activities include Fishing at the North Pole, Coloring and Letters to Santa, holiday building project with The Home Depot, face painting by Leslie Heidner Body Art, and taking that perfect photo in the spectacular Southern Oregon Adventure setting.
Every 45 minutes, the entertainment on the big stage will change, ranging from bands to choirs to individual singers to classical performers during this live musical mash-up.
Santa will be available for pictures, so bring your camera.
Evergreen Federal Bank will feature its spectacularly unique Southern Oregon Adventure displays. We are honored to hold our Festival at this one-of-a-kind venue. Thank you, Evergreen Federal Bank!
Santa’s schedule will be from 10:00 to 11:30 am, 12:00 to 1:30 pm, and 2:00 to 4:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday. When you go fishing at the North Pole, you’ll catch a bookmark that you can use to pick out a children’s book from Santa’s library. Bring your book to Santa, and he will sign it for you!
Tickets for Saturday or Sunday during the Weekend Holiday Event are only sold at the door. Admission prices are as follows:
Adult (18–54): $5
Children (5–17) / Senior (55+): $3
Children 4 & under: Free
Family Pass (up to 6 family members): $20
The Nutcracker Ballet presented by Studio Roxander is performed at the Crater Performing Arts Center in Central Point.
Driving through Riverbend Park in Roseburg, Oregon, you will see over 90 animated displays which are lit up by over 500,000 festive lights. This must see Holiday spectacle showcases many fun and unique lights shaped into everything from the classic Santa to dinosaurs and spaceships. New to the lightshow this year are character depictions from Disney’s Frozen. You will also be able to see the World’s Largest Nutcracker!
While you enjoy the lights be sure to tune into the local radio station provided at the entrance which will be playing Christmas music to complete your Holiday joy ride.
This family friendly event is not only a perfect outing, but the $10.00 per car entry fee also provides scholarships as well as funding for local community projects.
The Umpqua Festival of Lights opens at the end of November and runs through January 1st. You can drive through the park Sunday-Thursday from 5:30 pm to 9 pm & Friday and Saturday nights from 5:30 pm to 10 pm.
Wagon rides through the lights are also available on Friday and Saturday’s from 5:30 pm to 10pm and on Sunday’s from 5:30 pm to 9 pm for $5.
Before you enter the park stop by the Holiday Village to visit Santa, model trains, cookies, warm cider, and purchase souvenirs. The Holiday Village is open every night with free entry until Christmas Eve.
Gather your family and friends for a drive to the Umpqua Valley Festival of Lights located at 380 River Forks Park Rd, Roseburg, OR 97471.
A wonderful tradition for the season.
Local volunteers have created Nature’s Coastal Holiday Festival of Lights in Azalea Park in Brookings.
Take a leisure 45 minute stroll to enjoy the dazzling light show, sculptures and accompanying music during the month of December.
Visitors are treated to both traditional displays and sea theme displays while enjoying hot chocolate, cookies or cider.
Medford celebrates the Holiday Season.
Every year starts with a
FREE! BREAKFAST WITH SANTA
Enjoy a delicious hot breakfast with Jolly old Saint Nicholas
himself. Photo opportunities with Santa Claus, a holiday
craft table for the kids and a yummy warm meal to start
your day awaits you at the Santo Center. All activities and
breakfast is free! Seating is very limited, reserve your spot
Pre-register by calling 541-774-2400 or by visiting the Santo
FREE! WINTER LIGHTS FESTIVAL – FAMILY
Join Medford Parks and Recreation staff in Pear Blossom
Park for the Winter Lights Festival 2017. Bring the whole
family for a night of holiday fun! Festive activities include:
• Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony
• Coloring Contest with Prizes
• Photo opportunities with Santa
• Live Performances
• Winter Lights Candy Cane Hunt
• Booths & Activities
Place: Pear Blossom Park N. Bartlett St.
(Along 4th, 5th & 6th Streets)
FREE! WINTER LIGHTS CANDY CANE HUNT
What is red and white and is a sweet treat at the Holidays
– Why candy canes of course. Join the fun and kick off the
holiday season at the Medford Parks and Recreation annual
Candy Cane Hunt as part of the Winter Lights Festival. New
this year, special prizes will be awarded in each age group
for finding the specially marked candy cane. Special thanks
to the Medford Kiwanis Club for their help at this event. No
Place: Pear Blossom Park N. Bartlett St.
(Along 4th, 5th & 6th Streets)
Festival of Lights at River Forks Park
The Festival of Lights has become an annual tradition in Douglas County, drawing 25,000 visitors per year and generating hundreds of thousands of dollars for Rotary Club scholarships and service projects since 1993.
The Festival of Lights opens at River Forks Park in Roseburg, Oregon starting at the end of November and runs through January.
Visitors enjoy 90 light displays containing nearly 500,000 lights and all the traditional attractions that have made the Festival famous, including the Holiday Village, wagon rides, the World’s Largest Nutcracker and visits from Santa Claus himself!
The Holiday Village is open every night through Christmas Eve in Helleck Hall. With Santa Claus, a model train set, cookies, candies, warm cider and souvenirs for sale, the Holiday Village is a must see. Wagon rides are offered Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.
Throughout the day: Carolers stroll throughout town
4:00pm: Entertainment on the Brickroom Restaurant Balcony
5:00pm: Santa’s Parade with Grand Illumination at the Plaza and Caroling
Santa’s parade begins at the Ashland Public Library and makes its way to the Plaza for the Grand Illumination
here Santa lights over one million lights with thousands in attendance.
Following the Parade: Santa and Mrs. Claus meet with Families and Children at the Black Swan Theater
The Black Swan is located on the corner of Pioneer & East Main. Photos with Santa conclude when all the children in line have got their chance to see him!