Ho Ho Hold on another minute, you mean to tell me that Atlanta, Texas is moving the Hometown Christmas Fiesta event to Sunday instead of holding it Saturday as they originally planned? Yes, I believe that's what they're saying.

Will there still be Christmas Fiesta Tacos? We hope so, but we're darn sure everything else Christmas is going to be there. 

Atlanta Hometown Christmas Fiesta

Due to inclement weather predicted for Saturday, the Hometown Christmas Fiesta is being moved to Sunday, December 11, starting at 4 PM, instead of the originally planned Saturday, December 10.

Everything else stays the same, below are more details from the original article:

Meeting a Camel - Atlanta Hometown Christmas - Lisa Thompson
Meeting a Camel - Atlanta Hometown Christmas - Lisa Thompson
  • The party actually starts on Friday evening (December 9), when kids get to hang out with Santa Clause at the Mattie Lanier Center, located at 101 Sportsplex Drive, Atlanta TX 75551. !  It's called Fiesta with Santa, the cost is $25 per child. To pre-register, click here. (Still Friday Evening)
  • The Saturday festivities kick off early with a 5K/ Fun Run and walk Saturday morning at 8 AM. Register here. (Still Saturday Morning)
  • Sunday afternoon starting at 4 PM and lasting until 8 PM don't miss the Hometown Christmas Fiesta downtown. (Moved from Saturday to Sunday)
These Elves were Framed - Atlanta Hometown Christmas - Lisa Thompson
These Elves were Framed - Atlanta Hometown Christmas - Lisa Thompson

The Hometown Christmas Fiesta has a ton of stuff to do for just a $5 admission, including:

  • Snow Hill (sadly, postponed to a later date)
  • Camels
  • Santa
  • Mrs Clause
  • Candy Shop
  • Street Performers
  • Makers Market

Click on the Facebook Event page to find out more. It's all brought to you by the Atlanta Area Young Professional Network.

Makers Market Key Map
Makers Market Key Map
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