Altamont Community Tradition presents the 2016
Victorian Holidays and Village Stroll
Sunday, December 11, Noon-5:00 pm
Tickets on sale from 12:00 to 3:15pm at the Masonic Hall. Adults: $10. Children age 10 and under free.
• Travel in a free trolley to visit historic homes including the Charles Lansing Pruyn Summer mansion. Please note, due to limited parking, travel to the Pruyn house and the Old Stone Inn are by trolley only. No cars allowed.
The Masonic Hall
138 Maple Avenue 12-4:30pm
• Vote for your favorite decorations in the Festival of Trees
• Silent Decorated Wreath auction winners announced at 3:30
• Children’s gingerbread houses on display all day.
Altamont Reformed Church
129 Lincoln Ave. 4:15pm
• Living Nativity – St. John’s Lutheran Church, 140 Maple Ave. 12:30-5:00pm
• Holiday Treasure Hunt for kids ages 3-7.Collect prizes by following “clues” to village locations.
• Mrs. Red Shoes crafts
• Face painting, games, and food
• Organ music
• Poinsettia sale
Don’t Miss the Santa Train!
Orsini Park 5:00pm
• Holiday tree lighting
• Santa arrives on the Holiday Train
More family fun!
Orsini Park Gazebo 12:00-5pm
• Animals to pet from Victoria Acres
• D&W farm and animal rescue
• Holiday themed PhotoOp
• Boy Scouts’ bonfires
• Hay Rides- $3, kids under 3 free.
• Gratitude Wreath
• Kettle Korn
Agway- 106 Prospect Terrace 12-5pm
• Dog and Cat Holiday Costume Contest 12:00 for Dogs/1:00pm for Cats. Prizes for all!
• 12-4pm Therapy Dog International
• Pet Photos with Santa from 11-2pm. All donations go to Altamont Fire Dept.
Altamont Village Hall – 115 Main Street 12-5pm
• Fire Department Open House-1921 Antique Fire Truck, PhotoOp, Safety Brochures, free hot cider
• The Archives and Museum. See the collections that contain 125 years of Village history and events. Current show: For the People: 100 Years of Community Enrichment from the Altamont Free Library
Altamont Free Library – 179 Main Street 12-5pm
• Traitor Knight by Keith W. Willis.
• Holiday Storytelling and book signing:How I Came to Dowagiac— Memories of an Orphan Train Rider
• Ev Rau’s memoir Stand Tall: Against the Odds.
• Quilt raffle
• Your Town Photos
Bella Fleur and Remedies – 182 Main Street 12-5pm
• German-Austrian Christmas music
• hot gluhwein tasting
• hand-painted Austrian Christmas ornaments.
Mio Vino – 186 Main Street
• Outdoor pig roast
• Bar open all day
New this Year! – Mustache Competition – Altamont Community Room at the Village Hall, 115 Main St.
• Registration starts at 2:30. Multiple categories. Must be present to win. DIY mustache table if you need a little help!
Spinning Room – 190 Main Street 12-5pm
• Music and knitted items for sale
VFW Boyd Hilton Post – 4 Mill Street 1-4 pm.
• Children’s luncheon with Santa
Holiday shopping from 12-5 pm
Severson Insurance: 104 Maple Ave.
• Carolena’s Fill a Cannoli
• Indian Ladder Farmstead
Cidery and Brewery
• Kelly’s English Toffee
•Roosevelt Grooming Company
Re-Nue Spa: 119 Maple Avenue
• Bozencreek Fiber Farm
• The Glass Wisteria
• HAWC Photography
• Herbal Turtle Teas
• Justabout Fudge
• J. Wyatt Spencer Memorial Scholarship Fund.
• Solarius Productions
• Meet the new barber! Enter to win a gift basket!
Altamont Antiques: 135 Maple Ave.
• Antiques in a historic building
• Desolation Road Studio cards & prints
American Legion: 988 Altamont Blvd.
• Crocheted Gifts by Diane
• Crystal’s Custom Crafts
• Green Wolf Brewing Co.
• Helen’s Creations
• Jacobs Barn
• On Feathers Edge
• Peyster Street Designs Jewelry
• Wash Green and Clean
• Weezy & the King Art
• Woodwork Creations
Altamont Community Room:
Village Hall /115 Main Street
• Adirondack Barkery
• Celano Pure
• The Creative Candle
• Dougside Syndicate
• Dust Bunny’s Boutique
• Fancy Fitness
• Hungerford Market
• Ice Delites
• Jean & Jacob
• The Lady’s Got Glass
• Look What I Found
• Lularoe Clothing
• My Inner 1800s
• Nooray Honey
• O’Boys Soap Company
• The Painted Pearl
• Pampered Chef
• Potholder Potpourri
• Rubies Treasures
• Smyth/Cid Pottery
• Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery
• Sweet Nothings Chocolate
• Troy Poem Project
Many thanks to our sponsors: Altamont Country Values, Big John’s Portable Toilet Rentals, 1st National Bank of Scotia, Key Bank, Masonic Lodge, Our Towne, SEFCU, SMS Lines, Wunsapana FarmAnd a big shout-out to those who opened their doors and hosted events for the day.All events subject to change. For a complete listing visit our website:www.altamontcommunitytradition.org.