If this is your first year celebrating the holidays in Bozeman, this is one event you do NOT want to miss. Trust me, it's like the official "kick-off" to the holiday season. Stroll down Main Street to see the holiday lights, visit incredible vendors, and stop in to buy Christmas gifts at the local shops.
Although this annual event is free, every year you have the option of purchasing a button for the event. The Christmas Stroll button basically shows that you have given back to the Christmas Stroll and helped make following years possible.
You can support the Christmas Stroll by purchasing an “Official 2022 Downtown Bozeman Christmas Stroll Button” for just $4 and be put into a drawing to win various prize packages totaling over $3,000! Prizes this year include Bridger Bowl Lift Tickets, an Endeavor Ballooning Flight for 2, Downtown Dollars, and more*! As an added bonus, you can feel all warm and fuzzy inside knowing that your purchase allows us to put on this anticipated event without requiring an entry fee to stroll down beautiful Main Street and check out all the amazing vendors. -Downtown Bozeman Association
It's effortless to grab a button for the Christmas Stroll. Stop into any of the local businesses below and pick up one today.
Bozeman Brewing Company
ERA Landmark Real Estate
First Security Bank (E Main St.)
Owenhouse Ace Hardware (E Main St.)
Santa Run - 404 W Main St (from 9 AM - 12 PM on December 3rd)
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Montana Holiday Truck Village Sure Puts On One Heck Of A Show
Tis the season for holiday cheer, holiday lights, and holiday spirit. I headed to Belgrade this past Friday to check out the holiday spirit of the Truck Village and it was a heck of a show.
The event started at 530 and we got there right when it was opening, which was perfect for parking purposes and grabbing a bite to eat. You can check out some of the awesome trucks that were there. From semi-trucks to garbage trucks, and everything in between, the event was super cool.
Not only were there lots of bright, lit-up trucks there to see, but there was food, a few vendors, and animals to check out. A couple of super cute puppies almost came home with me, but I was told no, which is probably a good thing.
We walked through the lights, row by row, listening to the kids talking about how amazing it was and they were absolutely right. The work that these truck owners put into this event is amazing.
Some trucks were completely covered in lights from front to end, blow up Santa's and elves, and lit up American Flags. The Truck Village was a night for bragging and showing off the Holiday spirit, and these people did an amazing job.
It was incredibly nice to see all the families with there little ones enjoying the beautiful weather and a night that ended in celebration with fireworks. Next year will be just as great if not better, and I can not wait.