A Main Street Christmas
The First Saturday in December
It’s almost time from the Schomberg Village Association’s A Main Street Christmas.
Saturday December 7th, 2024 - 3 to 9 pm
When the snow is just starting to fall and Winter is almost here, Schomberg gets all dressed up and invites everyone from near and far to come and enjoy a fun-filled family outing along our historic Main Street. There are street performers, carolers, children's entertainers, fireside readings, holiday creations, two parades, and, of course, Santa Claus!
The event starts with the exciting Community Santa Claus Parade at 4:00, where local businesses and groups participate with creative floats and several bands march while playing rousing tunes. After the parade you are invited to wander up and down Main Street to enjoy the sights and sounds of a bygone era with carollers singing and playing music.
Stroll down Main Street, enjoy the festivities and be entertained by jugglers, musicians and singers. All the while you are tempted at every turn by refreshments such as hot apple cider, hot chocolate, roasted chestnuts, cookies and much, much more.
The evening is brought to a spectacular close with the Farmers' Parade of Lights brought to you by our local farming community with brightly decorated farm equipment driven down Main Street, starting at 7:30pm.
Cost for the day is $5 per adult, and children 12 and under are free. Join us in Schomberg on the first Saturday in December to welcome everyone back to Main Street!
If you’d like to become a part of A Main Street Christmas, or are interested in the other work we do with in Schomberg, reach out to us by leaving a message on the Schomberg Village Association Facebook page, or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As the Schomberg Village Association we can't do this alone. We work together with many partners, including:
Our Local Farmers, who provide the magnificently decorated farm equipment.
The Schomberg Agricultural Society, who owns and manages the Schomberg Fairgrounds, just west of Main Street.
King Township itself, whose staff people, particularly in the Community Services Department (formerly known as the Parks, Recreation and Culture department), Transportation and Economic Development departments worked closely with us to ensure that this year's event ran smoothly.