Christmas Park will return for the 2016 Holidays

 

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Churches, businesses and organizations in the area are joining the Town of Williamston to place lighted displays in Williamston’s Christmas Park this holiday season. Opening night ceremonies and lighting of the park will be held on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, Nov. 26, 2016 at 6 p.m., at the Amphitheater Stage in Mineral Spring Park.

Santa Claus will also be arriving on the town’s antique 1936 Fire Engine and visiting with children in the Scout Hut.

Cookies and hot chocolate will be given out by local churches and groups each Saturday night also to help visitors keep warm while strolling through the park or watching special entertainment.

The lighting of the park will include the opening of Deck the Halls in Williamston’s Municpal Center. The annual event has become a holiday tradition for the town and features beautifully decorated Christmas trees in the main hallways of the Municipal Center. It will be open to the public for viewing following the lighting of the park and during regular business hours through the holidays.

Hours for viewing trees will be 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays through the holiday season.

 

2015 Spring Water Festival Auto Show Information

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2015 Spring Water Festival Auto Show sponsored by:

McDonald’s of Williamston

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 August 22, 2015 8 am – 3 pm

$500 cash give-away – $100 per hour to registered vehicles
Top 25 awards – PLUS Best Truck, Best Ford, Best Originl, Best Mopar, Best GM, Mayor’s Choice, Best Street Rod, Will Drake Award
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50/50 drawing
52″ Flat Screen HDTV Give-W-Way

The Williamston Spring Water Festival features antique and classic autos and trucks. A variety of awards are given out to participants. The auto show is being held at the Williamston Fire Dept. again this year as a part of the 33rd Annual Spring Water Festival. More than 150 vehicles are expected. Antique autos, street rods, customs, trucks and other special vehicles will be displayed.

The show also features the town’s restored 1936 Chevrolet Fire Engine and the Williamston Fire Department offers rides on it!

To register your ride, Contact Steve Ellison at 864-844-7101 or email at wfd100@att.net

www.williamstonfire.com