Christmas in Weston 2017

“Christmas in Weston” is a day-long celebration of family fun that ushers in the Holiday Season for the Mountain Communities, residents and visitors alike. It is a traditional event that has been re-energized and has been selected as a 2012/2013/2014 “Top Ten Winter Event” by the Vermont Chamber of Commerce three years in a row.

This year, “Christmas in Weston” will take place on Saturday, December 2nd 2017. At the heart of “Christmas in Weston” are the many activities for all ages and events conducted, without any form of admission charge, by Weston Businesses and organizations. Funds raised for this event will go to Just Neighbors.  They are a valuable asset in our community and we are proud to support them. Thanks to all who helped and participated this past year to make it a huge success!




The Tin Shop at The Mill


Highlights of Last Year’s Event



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Other highlights include: a visit from Santa at The Vermont Country Store from 11-3 , horse drawn wagon rides starting at The Vermont Country Store from 10-4:30, special gallery exhibitions, craft making, and greenhouse tours food tastings. Plenty of food is also available for sale as well as free samples. A special puppet show at the Playhouse for young and old at 1:30 and a Magician from 12-1.  Daytime activities conclude with a concert by the Nordic Harmoni choir,as well as a reading of Dicken’s Christmas Carol at the Old Parish Church.  The singing of carols continues  on the Village Green, and the lighting of the Village Christmas Tree as dusk. A portion of the funds raised for this event will go to Just Neighbors a non-profit volunteer organization that began by obtaining, splitting and delivering firewood to those in need. Since their founding, their activities have expanded to other forms of heat assistance, providing transportation for the housebound and co-ordination with Southeastern Vermont Community Association in numerous programs where dedicated, skilled volunteers can make a difference in people’s lives. They are a valuable asset in our community and we are proud to support them.

The Tavern at The Museum


Scenes from Christmas in Weston