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We’re winding down 2020 (yay!) but before we ring in the New (and better) Year, check out these fabulous holiday events happening in CoMo. 

Beautiful lights are adding holiday cheer to The District this season. While you’re downtown shopping for fabulous holiday gift items, be sure to check them out.


Our friends at The Columbia Mall are hosting virtual visits with Santa now through January 4. Make your reservations online before they’re sold out! If you would rather visit Santa in person, he will be on-site November 27 through December 24. Reservations are required.


Visit the Columbia Farmers Market November 24 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. for their special Thanksgiving Market. Support local farmers and grab everything you’ll need for a delicious holiday feast or shop their new online market and enjoy the convenience of curbside pickup. 


Candy Cane Crib is back at Logboat Brewing Company! Festivities begin November 25 at 3 p.m. with the lighting at 6:06 p.m.


Be sure to stop by The Atrium November 28 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and shop handmade goods from local artisans, bakers and makers! Entry is free and a cash bar is available to all guests. 


Visit historic Rocheport November 27 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. for the annual Wassail Walk. Enjoy sampling local merchant wassail recipes and vote for your favorite. 

If you love a good holiday light display, Warm Springs Ranch is sure to please. This year they are offering a drive-thru experience allowing you to enjoy the magic of thousands of twinkling lights from the comfort of your own vehicle.  This event runs Thursdays through Sundays from November 27 through December 30. Reservations are required and spots are limited.

The Magic Tree is back and more beautiful than ever! This year, enjoy the tree lighting ceremony from the comfort of your own home during the December 3 virtual tree lighting at 6 p.m

Cherry Hill Magic Tree

Living Windows returns to The District December 4. Event details to follow.

2019 Living Windows

Head to  Ashland December 4 and enjoy the annual lighted tractor parade starting at 7 p.m. This year visitors will enjoy tractors, trailers, jeeps and more covered in holiday lights and decor.

The Missouri Symphony will be offering their annual holiday home tour virtually this year. Make your reservations now to enjoy a video tour of three gorgeous homes December 15 through January 3. Featured homes belong to notable Columbia sports figures Norm Stewart, Gary Pinkel and Atiyyah Ellison

Visit Centralia December 18 and enjoy the annual lighted tractor parade. Details to follow. 


While you’re out enjoying the festivities, please follow local health and safety guidelines to ensure everyone stays safe and healthy this holiday season. Happy Holidays!

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