The annual Trains of Williamsburg Christmas Walk will be held from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 2, in the village of Williamsburg.
“A big draw this year is a raffle to win a Lionel Cascade Range “O” gauge logging train,” said event committee member Terri Ousley. “Everyone that takes part in the Christmas Walk can have their ticket stamped for a chance to win the train donated by Sharon Wood, in tribute of her late husband.”
Ousley expects hundreds of people to visit downtown Williamsburg for the walk she promises will get you into the holiday spirit.
“Williamsburg High School art students have helped decorate many of the storefronts and the high school band and show choir will perform. There will be free refreshments, such as cookies and hot chocolate at village stores. Visitors will also enjoy strolling carolers and free fire truck rides,” she said. “Two local churches will have special dinners that night, there will be an opportunity to make holiday ornaments, there’s a puppet show at the library, and don’t miss an opportunity to visit with Santa at the North Pole, temporarily located at the corner of Third and Main Streets!”
For more information about the Trains of Williamsburg Christmas Walk, contact the village of Williamsburg at (513) 724-6107.