We’ve lived in Littleton, Colorado, a Denver suburb, since almost before Dawn was even born. One the many things we love about it is the warm community spirit we feel all year long but especially at the Holidays. Take The Candlelight Walk for instance.
Main Street Littleton Candlelight Walk 27th Year
The night will feature holiday festivities with the evening ending with the lighting of trees on Main street. Santa will make his way down Main street in a sleigh with carolers holding candles and flashlights following behind. The Downtown merchant will have open houses and Santa will be available for pictures at Town Hall Arts Center or Santa’s reindeer at 2659 West Main Street so bring your camera. The reindeer appearance is sponsored by Bradford Auto Body, Inc, and Western Welcome Week.
Find your way to Town Hall Arts Center, Bega Park, or Bradford Auto Body, Inc. for free hot cider and music from 5:15 to 6:30 p.m. Candles will be available for 50 cents. Donations of non perishable food for Interfaith Community Services will be accepted, as will toys for the Arapahoe Santa Claus Shop. Local choirs and musical groups will provide entertainment at various Main Street locations while waiting for Santa to arrive.
Main Street will be closed to traffic around 5 p.m. and Santa will begin his march down the street starting at the courthouse at 6:30 p.m. The crowd will gather at the west end of Main Street where one child’s name will be drawn to help Santa throw the light switch on the large, illuminated live trees. Free parking is available at Arapahoe Community College. Call 303-795-3863 with any questions.