Nov 20, 2010

GWC's Holiday Home Tour

Greenville Women's Club presents the 2010 Christmas House Tour

Featuring “Upstairs Downtown” on the Square.
Sunday, December 12, 2010
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Greenville, Illinois

Dan and Cindy Daum
Above Heart Two Heart, E Side of the Square

Lisa and Jim Ulmer
Above “Lisa’s” NE Corner of the Square

Judy and Howard Elmore
416 W. Main, Next to the Public Library

DeMoulin Museum, 110 W. Main,
1/2 Block off SE Corner of the Square

Ellie and Joh Kennedy
Above Magic Mirror, SW Corner of the Square

Cathie and Bob Wiedenhoeft
Above “GET Video” N Side of the Square

Greenville Public Library
414 W. Main
GC Chamber Singers & Refreshments

Ticket advance sale $8 available at:
Watson’s, GET Video, Heart Two Heart, Lisa’s, Turret Cafe, The Green Door, Adam Brothers Music and Coffee House.
Day of tour $10 available at any house on tour.

Nov 17, 2010


Friday, November 26

5:30 pm in Downtown Greenville.

The evening will begin with carolers (the Greenville High School Choir) leading everyone in a procession around the square to light the tree, the shop windows and the large Daniken Christmas tree on the courthouse lawn. Santa and Mrs Claus will arrive on the Trolley just in time to light the big tree before going to the Globe Theater to visit with the children.

There are rumors that the Grinch might be showing up to try and steal Christmas this year. The trolley will then carry passengers to the various venues around town. It will make it's way around every 15-20 minutes. It should be a magical evening for children and adults with fun things to see and participate in all along the way.


On the Square: Kettle Corn.
The Globe Theater: Visit Santa and Mrs Claus, bring your camera 
(9:00 pm Free Movie, "Elf")
Bentley's Country Kitchen: Hot Wassail, Hot Chocolate
Turret Cafe: Live Christmas Music

Watson's Drug: Free Christmas Card Photo of you and your family

White Photography: Karen File Jewelry Demonstration

Pepin's Country Store: Open
Farmland Quilting: Embroidery Machine Demonstration

Style and Grace: Open

Third Street Market: Open
United Methodist Church:
Toy Train Display, (Kevin Kaegy and Friends)

Sweetest Things: Hot Chocolate Bar, WDLJ 97.5 "The Rock" broadcasting live from 6-8

Adam Brothers Music and Coffeehouse: Live Music
The Open Door: The Night Before Christmas Craft for kids

The Green Door: Antique Toy Display

Lambert's Antiques: Vintage Christmas Tree Display
DeMoulin Museum: Victorian style decorations. Pictures can be taken with the holiday-themed DeMoulin lodge goat. Special drawing for a copy of the new book "Catalog 439," a reprint of a 1930 DeMoulin Bros. catalog.

Gold Realty: Storyteller

Dream Weddings: Your Christmas Centerpiece Demonstration

Heart Two Heart: Hot Chili provided by the First Baptist Church, Storyteller

Rue Matilda: Making Gift Boxes Demonstration

Lisa's: Open

Piety Hill Bakery: Chestnuts Roasting by the Open Fire
Ten Talents Gallery/Old Firehouse Emporium: Jewelry from Africa, Cheese Ball Sale & Demonstration, Photography by David Ulmer.

The evening will culminate with a movie, “Elf” at the Globe Theatre at 9:00 pm.

Also on the list of things to do: The American Farm Heritage Museum begins their Christmas Light Display Friday, November 26th at 5:00 pm.

Christmas Pops Concert on Sunday night, November 28th, 7 pm at the First Christian Church, 1100 Killarney Dr. The concert includes around an hour of mostly instrumental jazz, blues, gospel, classical, country and more popular Christmas arrangements. Loads of holiday music and Christmas cheer! Bring your family and celebrate this spectacular time of the year.

This is a FREE concert, Tickets are donation at the door. Donations go to Habitat for Humanity.

“Come Home for Christmas” is sponsored by Greenville Business & Professional Association (GBPA)