Christmas in Inman has something for everyone this holiday season. With the events kicking off this weekend all are invited to partake in some quaint, happy holiday cheer.
Starting things off Saturday afternoon, from 4 to 8 p.m. the Christmas Market will be open in the Fellowship Hall of St. Peter’s United Church of Christ, 110 N. Pine St. Local vendors have everything from food to fashion to pamper yourself or maybe get some last-minute gift shopping done.
Simultaneously, the Artfully Creative Studio, 110 S. Main St., will be hosting an open house. Not only will the adults in attendance be privy to the artful beauty, but they are encouraged to bring their kiddos for some Christmas craft time.
From 5 to 7 p.m. two open house will be held. One at Miller Cycle Shop, 211 S. Main St. and the other at Cornerstone Market, 217 S. Main St. Make sure to stop in the Inman Senior Center, 103 E. Gordon during that time to fill your bellies with chili, chicken and noodles and dessert.
Children will have plenty to get them in the holiday spirit at the Inman Public Library, 100 N. Main St. Christmas stories and activities have been planned as well as a Nutcracker display. Not to mention from 5 to 9 p.m., Main Street Pizza will be dishing up their pies at their buffet.
The evening is chock full of events for the whole family to enjoy. At 6 p.m Santa will arrive at the Inman Museum, 101 N. Main St. While Santa listens to Christmas wishes, Steve Gilliland will be present as well to sign his book “A Coon in My Coveralls.” For those wishing to spread Christmas cheer, Country Cousins 4-H group will be collecting canned goods at the four-way stop to give to the local food pantry. Also, white buckets have been placed around the town for donations to fund the Live Nativity Scene held Lambert Park.