Santa pays Victor a Holiday Festival visit

VICTOR, Ida. Community halls were decked and crowds lined the street for the December 7 Holiday Festival 2019.

Highlight to Light Parade 2019 was a mobile Christmas tree, topped by a singing angel. Photo: Buckrail // P.M. Fadden

A seasonal tradition for residents of Teton Valley, the day-long schedule of events is a community calendar highlight. This year’s attractions included all ages performances, contests, prizes, craft-making, light parade, fireworks and, of course, social time with Santa Clause.

A daytime workshop, held at Valley of the Tetons Library and hosted by Santa, offered materials for ornament making and a separate edible art studio where children (big and small) created 3-dimensional designs atop a sugar cookie canvas. Additional activities were carriage rides, Turkey Toss, theater, live music and Light Parade 2019, a main event led by the big man in red and closed with fireworks over main street.

After leading the craft workshop and Light Parade, Santa parked up to watch fireworks while visiting with children. Photo: Buckrail // P.M. Fadden photo

City of Victor reps describe the annual Holiday Festival as a truly magical event and Santa Clause said there was no place he would have rather spent the Saturday.

For more information on Victor events visit victorcityidaho.com 

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