Santa and Christmas 2012 Roll Into Suwanee

The city holds its annual holiday festival in Old Town.

Suwanee again put its own stamp on Christmas on Friday (November 30), as Santa arrived in Old Town and elementary school students sang Christmas music to a sizable crowd on Main Street.

Students from Riverside, Level Creek, Suwanee and Roberts elementary schools sang Christmas songs, and Santa entered as usual on a tractor-pulled sleigh. Then the jolly one heard youngsters' Christmas wishes at the Burnette-Rogers Pavilion.

Festival goers also enjoyed face painting, snacks, and marshmallow toasting.

Suwanee Patch will have more coverage of Friday's Holiday Festival in Old Town.

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Elizabeth McCoy December 01, 2012 at 03:20 PM
Fun Event! The school choruses were amazing! They did such an amazing job. It was our first time at the caboose lighting and we will definitely be back next year!! I'm glad we live close enough to walk b/c parking was crazy! I wish they had spread out the activities all the way through old town, it would have made people flow much better and less congestion down at the basketball court.
Steve Burns (Editor) December 01, 2012 at 03:44 PM
Thanks, Elizabeth. We'll have more coverage of this event soon.


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