November – December 2013
Greensburg has a drop off location for the first time at the First Baptist Church. Operation Christmas Child is a collection of items in a shoebox wrapped in Christmas paper labeled for boy or girl. There are three age groups 2-4, 5-9, or 10-14. Items to place in the shoebox include a toy to embrace; school supplies, hygiene items, or other items possible are t-shirts, socks, sunglasses, hair ribbons. Please do not send liquid, chocolate, glass, medications or vitamins. Also items to avoid are those with war-related themes such as toy guns, military figures or knives.
Elizabeth Wullenweber of Carousel Play and Learn is fronting the effort locally. Carousel play and learn will have a box for donations for those who do not wish to fill a box but would like to contribute to the collection. If you have questions or would like for more information on how to contribute to Operation Christmas Child; you can call
Elizabeth at 812-560-7171. Operationchristmaschild.org is the website where you can find the label and detailed descriptions of the items to send.
Friday & Saturday until 10 pm; Sunday until 5 pm. Shop opening hours vary from 10 a.m. up to 4 p.m. Mill hours Noon to 9:00 p.m. Combine history, a Currier and Ives scene and the pageantry of Christmas and you have the Metamora Christmas Walk. Lanterns line the canal and lights and decorations are a plenty throughout the entire village. Visit Santa the Santa House and get a memorable photo. Santa is here on Friday and Saturday from 5 to 9 p.m. Take a horse and carriage ride through town. Shop in the many unique shops. Warm up with the many fire barrels located around town. Metamora is part of a Christmas tradition that residents and visitors alike look forward to year after year. Metamora Christmas Walk always begins the day after Thanksgiving. Sponsored by the Merchants Association of Metamora. More Christmas Walk Information
Raise money for the scholarship fund. Dinner, 5-7 p.m.
Smorgasbord, music, pictures with Santa (9:30-11:30 a.m.).
Delicious Smorgasbord, Christmas Music, and Pictures with Santa (9:30-11:30)
Sponsored by the Sons of the American Legion.
Meat & Cash Prizes! Shells, food, and refreshments available. Partial proceeds benefit local children with special needs through Tri-County Councli for Special People, Inc.
They must be dropped off or mailed to the office, 13091 Benedict Drive (off of U.S. 50), Dillsboro, IN 47018. Info: Diana Davis, 432-6213 or email@example.com.
Bring food pantry donations.