First Ever Christmas Community Walk in Historic Downtown Richmond!
Kicking off the evening is Faith United Methodist Church with their handbell choir bringing Christmas cheer for all to hear at the City Hall Plaza as we light the city tree! Then help us celebrate the holidays by hitting some of the spots around historic downtown Richmond!
Movies on Morton will have a double feature of the original cartoon version of “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” cookies and “Grinch juice” will be served so pack up a wagon with chairs and blankets and enjoy! First showing will begin at approximately 6:30 with the second showing starting at 7:30
The Guild will be showcasing all the gingerbread houses that have been submitted. Grab a cocoa or coffee at Blockhouse Coffee & Kitchen and help County Judge KP George, Richmond City Commissioners Barry Beard and Terry Gaul, and Studio M6 Architect Scott Maddux judge and vote for popular choice entry!
Head over to St. John’s United Methodist Church will open their historic sanctuary and will host a Live Nativity and Bell Concert from 6:30 to 7:30
The Moore Home will have their annual candlelit tour open and will have hot wassail and cookies on the side porch (tickets for the candlelight tour must be purchased in advance). The docents and museum staff will also have a children’s area on the front lawn with fun outdoor games!
Continue stroll by First Baptist Church of Richmond and join in on their street caroling on your way to Shady Oak Primary School and see Santa while admiring their Festival of Trees.
Before heading home don’t forget to stop by the Fort Bend County Courthouse Rotunda! The Fort Bend Animal Shelter will be out front with pet adoptions and the Rotunda will be open from 6:30-8:30 with various choirs performing and sweet treats to enjoy while enjoying the holiday decor!