West Lafayette plans parade and activities for Dec. 4

| December 1, 2021

Saturday, Dec. 4 will be a fun day in West Lafayette. The chamber of commerce Christmas parade, special events at the library and a craft/vendor show at the First Baptist Church are all that day and guaranteed to bring holiday spirit to all.

Dave Rogers, co-vice president of the chamber said the parade line up will begin at 12:30 p.m. behind Ridgewood Middle School and it will start at 1 p.m. “The parade will travel north on Oak Street and turn right and go east down Russell Avenue to State Route 93. From there, the parade will travel north on SR 93 to Main Street and east on 751 to the Baptist Church.”

“The parade will disband at the church and Santa Claus will meet with children in the foyer where treats will be handed out.” The West Lafayette Chamber of Commerce members are packing the treat bags. Rogers said that anyone who would like to take part in the parade can contact him until 11 a.m. on Dec. 4. He can be reached at 740-502-1205. He also asked that since Santa is already in the parade that no other group have a Santa.

The 33rd Annual Christmas in the Village Craft Show will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Dec. 4 at the First Baptist Church. It is sponsored by Club Aires and anyone that wants to purchase a table for the show can do so until Friday, Dec. 3.  The cost is $15, and crafters/vendors can contact Carol Wears to sign up or for more information at 740-502-0838.

The West Lafayette Branch of the library will be holding an open house that day from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. “We like to partner with the chamber of commerce for the Christmas in the Village,” said Andrea Smith, branch manager. The library will be offering treats packaged to go, a make it and take it craft for children, holiday music and the chance to sign up for a door prize.

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