Christmas in Kaneville set for Dec. 5

By on November 30, 2009

Kaneville—The village of Kaneville will bring Christmas to the area a bit early when Christmas in Kaneville comes to town on Saturday, Dec. 5.

From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., there will be a variety of holiday activities at a number of locations throughout the village. Following is a list of places to go, as well as things to see, do and eat:
• Horse-drawn wagon rides between various points in the village
• Cookie walk at Kaneville United Methodist Church from 9 to 11 a.m.
• Visit Santa at the Fire Barn on Lovell Street
• Various area business/crafters will have displays of their products for purchase in the Dave Werdin Community Center gym
• Cake walk in the gym
• Hill’s Country Store will give out free peppermint ice cream and cocoa, hold a gift basket drawing
• Kaneville Community Child Care Center will offer raffle tickets and cookie decorating
• Kaneville Public Library will host children’s crafts and story time, basket raffle and free drawing for a prize
• Kaneville Township Historical Society will have its 1840s historical Farley House open to the public for viewing, with a display of old toys and free popcorn balls
• Old Second Bank, Kaneville branch, will host a customer appreciation/20th anniversary open house
• The Village Board invited all village residents to participate iin an outdoor Christmas Decorating Contest.