Mansfield’s Hometown Holidays

Mansfield's Hometown HolidaysThe holiday season has begun! This weekend, beginning on December 1st, kicks off Mansfield’s Hometown Holidays event. The entire weekend is full of fun and entertainment for your entire family. Starting on Friday night where there will be fireworks, games, live music, entertainment, Santa Claus visits and pictures, and the official lighting of the tree at City Hall. On Friday, there will also be a Holiday Market featuring local artisans, artists, and crafters selling their fantastic wares and treats. The Holiday Market focuses on locally-sourced foods and goods. On Saturday, the annual Fa La La 5K will happen along with the holiday parade through historic downtown Mansfield, Texas. At night on Saturday, there will be a special concert at the Mansfield ISD Center For The Performing Arts. The concert will benefit the district’s cultural arts programs. Hometown Holidays events will end on Sunday with the Tour of Holiday Homes. Attendees of the Tour of Holiday Homes will not only enjoy the holiday delights of Christmas décor, but the tour will feature the smells of balsam and fresh-baked gingerbread cookies and the sound Christmas music. It is truly a festive way to get into the holiday spirit. Unlike the other events, the Home Tour does have an entry fee. The fee is to raise money for the the Mansfield Women’s Club (MWC). The MWC is a philanthropic 501(c) 3 non-profit organization focused on helping women and children.

When

Friday, December 1st through Sunday, December 3rd. For a full schedule of events, click here.

Where

Mansfield City Hall
1200 East Broad St.
Mansfield, TX 76063

Cost

Free Admission. Certain foods, drinks, or goods prices will be determined by the vendor.

Who

The event is appropriate for the whole family!

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