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ACT 10th Victorian Holiday Celebration
Sunday, December 11, 2011 at 12:00 PM
Village Wide
Altamont Community Tradition 10th Annual Victorian Holiday Celebration
Noon  to 4 pm    Masonic Hall   138 Maple Ave      Free Admission
                          Festival of Trees
                          Children's Temporary Tattoos, balloon sculptures and holiday craft
                               Activities
                          Display of Gingerbread Houses crafted by local children
                          Silent Wreath Auction
1 pm to 4 pm     Victorian Holiday House Tour and Village Stroll    
                           $ 10.00 per person, Free for children age 10 and under
                           Tickets available at Masonic Hall, 138 Maple Ave
                          Tour 6 victorian and period homes, traveling from home to home via
                          Trolley.     
3:30 pm         Annoucement of winning bids on Wreaths
                          Masonic Hall, 138 Maple Ave
4:15 pm              Living Nativity
                          Altamont Reformed Church   129 Lincoln Ave          Free
5:00 pm              Light up the Village and Arrival of the Holiday Train  
                           Orsini Park             Corner of Park St and Main St   Free
                          Park holiday lights are turned on and Santa arrives via the Holiday
                          Train
NEW THIS YEAR
Holiday Scavenger Hunt
Starting on December 11th at 11 am until December 18th 5 pm
Participate to win $ 1,000 Cash Prize by visiting local business and completing the Holiday Scavenger Hunt.   Log on to Facebook "Altamont Community Traditions (ACT)" for a list of locations where the Scavenger Hunt guestions are available and for more information.

All these events are presented by Altamont Community Traditions and are sponsored in part by:  SEFCU, Altamont Country Values, First National Bank of Scotia, SMS Lines and many village businesses.