Christmas in Georgetown Awakens the Holiday Spirit

Georgetown Christmas picEach December the town of Georgetown transforms for two weekends into a bustling Christmas scene reminiscent of Christmas of long ago. Thousands come to this beautiful mountain town to experience a traditional Holiday where Christmas hasn’t changed in 100 years: roasted chestnuts, holiday shopping, horse-drawn wagon rides through Historic Georgetown, and wonderful sights and smells. Come enjoy appearances by St. Nicholas in his traditional dress and the daily procession of the Santa Lucia, as well as carolers in Victorian costume, dancers, and other family entertainment. Adorned with lights and Christmas greenery and blanketed with snow, the quaint, historic town of Georgetown has been a Christmas tradition for generations of Colorado families. This year is a good year to begin making it a tradition of your own! This event will take place in Historic Downtown Georgetown, on 6th Street.


Here are some of the other December events that will take place:


Santa’s Lighted Forest Train, Weekends through Dec. 4 and then daily Dec. 10th through Dec. 31st (closed on Christmas Day), This ride allows you to relax from your shopping endeavors and take the train which offers beautiful synchronized holiday music and a light show in the forest above Georgetown, 4:50-6:00 p.m.


    Barris/Folsom Concert will be Thursday, Dec. 8, 7-8 p.m.
    Minecrafternoon Building Competition, 12/28 and 12/30, 1-3 p.m. Must be 6 – 16 years old, Snack provided, Registration required.


While in Georgetown visit the Hotel de Paris Museum. It will certainly give you the feeling of days gone by. Visit this American hotel of European inspired elegance and catch the spirit of 1875 by getting to know it’s founder, Louis Dupuy. Special Tours available by appointm
ent. The Hotel de Paris is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a property of The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the State of Colorado. It is located at Sixth and Griffith Street in Georgetown.


newhomepagelogo2bHotel de Paris was recently featured in Colorado Experience: Colorado’s Premier History Series. Louis Dupuy’s Hotel De Paris is highlighted in episode 2 of the PBS series Colorado Experience! Truly one of Georgetown, Colorado’s gems, you won’t want to miss this episode. You can stream the episode from the RMPBS website: at the Hotel’s elegant quarters, whet your palette with the elaborate menu (oysters included, and not of the Rocky Mountain variety!) and meet the wealthy businessmen, railro
ad tycoons and adventure-seekers who found themselves in the Wild West’s lap of luxury.  For more information about the Hotel De Paris, visit the official website:
      Now is a good time to bring attention to Colorado Gives Day. It is December 6th, 2016.


     Simply go to colorado You can choose so many worthy organizations to do

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