Christmas in Little Falls promises to Rock Your Holidays with its three-day event December 8-9!
You’ve probably seen the event for Christmas in Little Falls coming up, but we wanted to highlight this wonderful Mohawk Valley event that promises to Rock the Holidays over three days beginning December 8 and ending December 9! Festivities begin with the Little Falls Celebration of Lights in Canal Place at 5pm tomorrow followed by city-wide activities all day Saturday with more on Sunday.
Little Falls Historical Society Rocks the Holidays!
Please plan a visit to the Little Falls Historical Society Museum on your list of fun activities to do over the weekend. The museum will be open from 9am – 4pm on December 9, 2023.
Copies of BEYOND OUR BICENTENNIAL book will be available to purchase during Christmas in Little Falls at the Old Bank Building Museum for $35 each.
HISTORIC HOMES IN LITTLE FALLS
Download new self-guided walking tour of 33 noteworthy homes and buildings in the Burke Park area of Little Falls.
SELF-GUIDED AUDIO DRIVING TOURS
Download our driving tour of ten Little Falls Historical Places
- Take a look at the beautiful new red, white and blue Marquis de Lafayette historical marker located just past the South Ann Street bridge at Canal Place.
- Go to the intersection of West Mill and Elizabeth Streets to view the Little Falls Gristmill attack blue and yellow historical marker.
- View the two new historical signs located on South Ann Street above the museum. Read all about the Old Bank Museum.
- View the George Wyman Marker behind the Little Falls Historical Society Museum
For over a decade, the City of Little Falls has helped make the holidays a bit brighter with an annual celebration held on the second Saturday in December. This year Christmas in Little Falls Rocks the holidays!
What began as Christmas on Main Street grew into Christmas in Little Falls. Last year, things went to a new level with the inaugural Celebration of Lights in Canal Place. Sterzinar Park was lit up in classic holiday style and even included a community tree lighting with a large crowd gathered to count it down!
This celebration has allowed folks to enjoy visits from Santa, horse & carriage rides, vendor fairs, live music, and much more. This special time has attracted both Little Falls residents and those from neighboring communities to our picturesque city for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Once again, the committee partners with the City, Youth & Family Center, and Think Local Little Falls to spread holiday cheer throughout historic downtown!
You can find more details and download the event flyer and full schedule at Mohawk Valley Today Events!