Enderby Christmas light up

Enderby Christmas light up

More than hundred Enderby residents stood in the rain to see Santa

While many remarked that snow would have made for a more magical holiday-themed evening, even the pouring rain didn’t dampen the Christmas spirit during the town’s annual Traditional Christmas Celebrations held in Enderby Friday evening.

The event, which ran over two days, kicked off on Dec.1 with the Jingle and Mingle, which included a shopping spree and draws,kid’s crafts at the OKRL Enderby branch, a bake sale and silent auction fundraiser at the museum, a Christmas parade. The fun continued on Dec.2 with a Christmas market, wagon rides and family crafts at the library.

The silent auction at the Enderby Museum continues until Dec.15.

Erin Christie


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To see more of the holiday mayhem, watch the video below.

 

Five-year-old Aurora-Dawn Bramble works on her homemade Christmas ornament during the Kid’s Craft at the Library session held Friday evening in Enderby prior to the Light Up. (Erin Christie/Morning Star)

Five-year-old Aurora-Dawn Bramble works on her homemade Christmas ornament during the Kid’s Craft at the Library session held Friday evening in Enderby prior to the Light Up. (Erin Christie/Morning Star)

Despite the rain, local children were still thrilled to participate in the parade during Enderby’s Light Up Friday night. (Erin Christie/Morning Star)

Despite the rain, local children were still thrilled to participate in the parade during Enderby’s Light Up Friday night. (Erin Christie/Morning Star)

(Erin Christie/Morning Star)

(Erin Christie/Morning Star)