2022 Holiday Events

  • Saturday, November 26
    • Halifax – Christmas Parade at 4Pm. Pictures with Santa at the Wilcox House after the Parade. Tree lighting after the parade.
  • Sunday, November 27
    • Sharpsburg – Annual Christmas Tree Lighting at 5pm. Free refreshments near Sharpsburg Senior Center.
  • Thursday, December 1
    • Louisburg – Tree Lighting – Franklin County Court House Square at 6:30
    • Rocky Mount – City Lake Lighting – 6pm. Carriage Rides, Visit with Santa, inflatable play area, dj and vendors
    • Scotland Neck – Christmas Tree Lighting at 6pm Downtown. Santa will visit.
    • Smithfield – Christmas Tree Lighting
    • Tarboro – Tree Lighting at 6pm plus Caroling with “Shades of Harmony” – Courthouse Square, Free Horse Drawn Carriage Rides, Craft Making with Tarboro Parks & Rec, Pictures with Santa, Downtown Extended Shopping Hours
  • Friday, December 2
    • Goldsboro’s Jingle in the Park from 4-8pm. Free Holiday fun for all ages at Herman Park. Outdoor movies, the Polar Express, a Candy Cane Hunt, Smores, Hay Rides, Funnel Cakes, Food Trucks, and Santa Claus. Admission is Free.
    • Greenville – Annual Kickoff to the Holiday event at Five Points Plaza from 4:30 to 7:30. Tree lighting seasonal music and performances, the reading of a holiday story, a special guest from the North Pole, the holiday market, giving back to nonprofit organizations, and more!
    • Knightdale – Christmas On First Ave – Tree Lighting Event from 6 to 8pm.
    • Roanoke Rapids – Christmas on the Avenue – 6-9pm Food Trucks, face painting, luminaries, Santa & Hayrides
  • Saturday, December 3
    • Goldsboro’s Jingle in the Park from 4-8pm. Free Holiday fun for all ages at Herman Park. Outdoor movies, the Polar Express, a Candy Cane Hunt, Smores, Hay Rides, Funnel Cakes, Food Trucks, and Santa Claus. Admission is Free.
    • Nashville – Children’s Christmas Celebration featuring the traditional Children’s Bike Parade. Parade lineup begins at 3 p.m. Parade begins at 4:15 p.m. followed by the town’s tree lighting later in the evening. Pictures with Santa from 4:30-6:30 p.m. the Nashville Exchange.
  • Sunday, December 4
    • Louisburg – Town of Louisburg Christmas Market from 12-5pm. Downtown Louisburg Amphitheatre Parking Lot
    • Louisburg – Christmas Parade – 3pm Main Street (Route:  Allen Lane to Nash Street)
    • Roanoke Rapids – Christmas Parade starts at 2 on Roanoke Avenue
    • Rocky Mount – Christmas Parade – starts at 3pm on Main Street Downtown
    • Rolesville – Christmas Parade – 2-3pm will start at Thales Academy
    • Scotland Neck – Christmas Parade at 3pm.
    • Spring Hope – “Christmas in Spring Hope” from noon to 7pm. Craft and Gift vendors fill the streets of Historic Downtown giving all a great opportunity to Shop Local.
  • Tuesday, December 6
    • Selma – Christmas in Selma. Tree Lighting at 6pm, Parade at 7pm
  • Thursday, December 8
    • Smithfield – Christmas Parade
    • Tarboro from 6-8pm – Free Horse Drawn Carriage Rides, Craft Making with Tarboro Parks & Rec, Pictures with Santa, Downtown Extended Shopping Hours, Caroling with ECPS and NECP Students – Courthouse Square
  • Saturday, December 10
    • Farmville’s Annual Christmas Parade at 10:30. Starts at the corner of N Main Street and Horne Avenue.
    • Knightdale – Christmas Parade – 10am-3pm.
    • Louisburg – Olde Town Louisburg Candlelight Christmas Tour – 4-9pm. Starts at the Person Place – 605 N Main Street. Experience an old-fashioned Christmas in our Historic Town while touring a number of classic homes dressed up for the Christmas Season.
    • Sharpsburg – Annual Christmas Parade starting at 11am.

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