It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Right? Sing it with me now…
There’s nothing like the Holiday Season here in Boulder City, so here is the rundown of all the events that kick off the fun for this year, starting on Thursday night!
Thursday, December 5th
Luminaria and Las Posadas
December 5th at 6pm, in the Parks & Rec center gymnasium (900 Arizona Street) where the Boulder City United Methodist Church hosts the Boulder City Luminaria and Las Posadas. There will be local school choir performances, a living nativity and Christmas carol sing-a-long. Hot cocoa is also served.
Friday, December 6th
Lights On at the Ryan-Musgrave House on Fifth
If you’ve never been to the lighting of the ‘House on Fifth’ (1525 Fifth Street) then you’re missing out! The entertainment begins Friday, December 6th at 5pm. Santa and Mrs. Claus, along with Jingle Cat, will all be there too! (For a listing of other homes in Boulder City decked out for visitors, check out this page HERE.)
Christmas Tree Lighting
After, head up to Frank Crow Park (537 Cherry Street) for the 6pm lighting of the Community Christmas Tree, where you can also enjoy live entertainment and hot chocolate. This year…we hear there will be a bit of an extra surprise, honoring former City Councilman Warren Harhay. I wouldn’t miss this!
Saturday, December 7th
P.E.O. Holiday Bazaar
The local PEO Sisterhood Chapter K hosts their 41st Annual Holiday Bazaar on Saturday December 7th from 8am – 2pm at the St Christopher’s Episcopal Church, (812 Arizona Street).
Doodlebug Bazaar & Santa’s Picture Party
The 45th Annual Doodlebug Bazaar at the Parks & Rec. Building (900 Arizona Street) runs Saturday, December 7th from 9am to 4pm. It features a variety of homemade items: clothing, jewelry, decorations and more. Also at the event from 11am to 2pm you can get your picture taken with Santa!
Santa’s Electric Night Parade
Come to the Boulder City Historic District on Nevada Way, and beginning at 4:30pm is one of the highlights of the season for Santa’s Electric Night Parade as spectacular floats, bands and all kinds of fantastic spectacles to put you in the Holiday Spirit!
Lake Mead’s Parade of Lights
Head to Lake Mead at 6:00 pm for the Parade of Lights on the water, featuring local boats decorated for the season, as well as Lake Mead Cruises.