Thursday, November 14, 2019

Home For The Holidays 2010

Come spend the holidays in Southlake.  Starting on November 13th holiday magic will take over the City and a good time is promised to all.

If you haven’t already heard about the Southlake Community Tree, lend us your ear.   The tree which will sit in the foyer of Town Hall, will have some very special decorations this year, one could even have your name on it!  As part of the Greater Southlake Women’s Society Festival of Trees celebration, you now have the opportunity to order the first annual limited edition ornament created by renowned artist Trish Biddle.  Your personalized ornament will hang on the Southlake Community Tree throughout the holiday season.  To place an online order, click here.

Lighting Event

On November 20th it will be a night of holiday magic as Santa Claus helps light up Town Square! The festivities begin at 5:30 pm with live entertainment from the Southlake Community Band and local Southlake school choirs as well as fun holiday arts, crafts and foods!  At 6:30, Santa has scheduled some time to help the Mayor and City Council turn on the lights of Town Square and then he will pose for pictures in the Town Square Gazebo!  Carriage rides start that night as well and continue through the holiday season.  For more information please go to www.SouthlakeHomeForTheHolidays.com or call (817) 748 -8400.

And finally, the City invites everyone to participate in the first annual “Deck the Windows” event.  Local shops will get festive with elaborate decorations for their windows and we need your help figuring out who wins the decorating contest.  From November 20th through December 15th “voters” will be able to choose their favorite from a list on a special holiday ballot.  The winner will be announced just before Christmas.  For more information go to www.VisitSouthlakeTexas.com or click here.

Can you think of anywhere better to spend the holidays?  For more information on all of these events, please visit  www.SouthlakeHomeForTheHolidays.com  or call 817-748-8400.