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Sunday, November 29, 2015

Downtown Greeley hosts 1st Annual Holiday Open House

Greeley, Colorado – Downtown Greeley presents the 1st Annual Holiday Open House in association with the Greeley Lights the Nights Parade and Tree Lighting ceremony on Saturday, November 27 from 9 am-5 pm. This is a great opportunity to get some holiday shopping done, entertain out of town guests, and soak in the holiday festivities!

The Holiday Open House features 27 downtown businesses that will be open throughout the day, many of which will provide refreshments, music, prizes, and holiday activities. Additionally,Just visit and collect stamps from at least 10 out of the 27 businesses, submit your entry form to any of the participating businesses, and you will be entered in the grand prize drawing (no purchase necessary).

Besides the excitement of potentially winning a grand shopping spree, take time to enjoy the world-class Greeley Freight Station Museum or the Greeley History Museum. You could take a horse-drawn carriage ride through downtown, ice-skate at the Greeley’s Ice Haus, watch live mannequins at the Lincoln Park Emporium, or get your caricature drawn at the Sod Buster Bed & Breakfast. If that’s not enough, try watching live ice-carving in historic Lincoln Park, strolling through the holiday displays at the Festival of Trees or kicking back with a holiday movie at the Kress Cinema & Lounge.

After a full day of fun and festivities, stick around for the Greeley Lights the Night Parade at 5:30 pm as it makes its way down 9th Avenue from 16th Street to 7th Street, followed by the lighting of the trees in Historic Lincoln Park and a performance by the Greeley Children’s Chorale. Also, don’t forget to get your tickets for Christmas with the King, a ‘Holiday Elvis Tribute Extravaganza’, taking place at the Union Colony Civic Center starting at 7:30 pm.

Take advantage of all that Downtown Greeley has to offer this holiday season on November 27! Let the festivities begin!

For more information, contact the Downtown Development Authority at 970-356-6775 or email

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