Rock Hill Gets in the Christmas Spirit

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Rock Hill Gets in the Christmas Spirit

Charlotte McGuinness, Hayden Fowler

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Leading up to the week of Christmas, Rock Hill prepared for its annual Christmasville festival. Christmasville consists of many fun events, holiday shows, and the opening Christmas parade in Downtown Rock Hill.

It began on Nov. 29 through Dec. 2, with activities all day. The events ranged from activities for children and adults, including Santa’s Workshop, a Gingerbread House-Building Contest, Cookies & Cocoa with Santa, horse-drawn carriage rides, the opening of Founders’ Ice Skating Rink, pictures with mascots, pottery and painting, and even Bourbon and Scotch Tasting.

Downtown Rock Hill, also known as Old Town Rock Hill, was filled with families, teenagers, children and more throughout the days of the celebration.

Christmasville attains their volunteers from school clubs such as Beta Club or National Honor Society, as well as other helpful members of the community.

Over 75,000 people came to Christmasville to enjoy the fun.