Hudson downtown Holiday Stroll

Hudson – The Hudson Business Association in conjunction with other Hudson-area businesses and organizations will host the 12th annual Hudson Holiday Stroll on Saturday, Dec. 6, from 3-8 p.m. at a host of locations throughout downtown Hudson. There are many activities planned including Santa at the Hudson Senior Center, a tree lighting in the Rotary of Downtown Hudson, Marshmallow roasting from the Hudson Rotary Club and holiday performances by The River’s Edge Players at Hudson Town Hall.

Other area businesses will host fun holiday activities including crafts, cookie and cupcake decorating, signing cards for troops overseas, art exhibits and much more. Many activities will be held in and around Hudson Town Hall.

At 6 p.m., the Rotary Tree Lighting Ceremony will take place, led by Santa, Hudson High School and Hudson Youth choruses and lights sponsored by Dave’s Landscape Management Company.

Lead Sponsors for the Holiday Stroll include Avidia Bank, Hudson Appliance, Murphy Insurance Agency, Randal Properties and Robinson’s Hardware. Other sponsors include Yates Law Offices, PC, and Better Accounting Services.

A complete and up-to-date list of activities can be found at HudsonStroll.com.

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