Christmas arrives in Goliad

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  • SCHEDULE OF EVENTS AT HISTORIC COURTHOUSE SQUARE

  • Friday

    5:30 p.m.: Vendors open for business

    7 p.m.: Lighted parade

    Saturday

    9 a.m.: Juried arts and crafts around the square and food and drink booths open

    9 a.m. - 4 p.m.: Continuous music, dancers and ...

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  • SCHEDULE OF EVENTS AT HISTORIC COURTHOUSE SQUARE

    Friday

    5:30 p.m.: Vendors open for business

    7 p.m.: Lighted parade

    Saturday

    9 a.m.: Juried arts and crafts around the square and food and drink booths open

    9 a.m. - 4 p.m.: Continuous music, dancers and choral groups

    10 a.m. - 4 p.m.: "Miss Ruby's Corral" with authors and book signings

    10 a.m. - 4 p.m.: Market House Museum presents "Ole Time Music and Instruments"

    Noon: Santa arrives on a steer, accompanied by the Texas Pony Express

    3 p.m.: Best dressed dog contest

    Dusk: Las Posadas at Presidio La Bahia

    8 p.m.: Beeville Community Chorus at Mission Espiritu Santo

  • FOR MORE INFO

  • Fore more information, contact Goliad County Historical Commission at 361-645-8767 or Goliad County Chamber of Commerce at 361-645-3563.

The 29th Annual Christmas in Goliad starts Friday with a lighted parade and ice skating rink.

The event, put on by the Goliad County Chamber of Commerce and the Goliad Historical commission, goes through Saturday. It will include Santa Claus arriving on a longhorn steer Saturday afternoon.

Children will be allowed to sit on the steer and take pictures with Santa free of charge, said Jimmie Rader, parade chair at the Goliad County Historical Commission.

"I'm just excited to see all the people out there, and of course it is so pretty at night with the lighted parade and the courthouse is all lit up," Rader said.

The ice skating rink, open Friday and Saturday, is hosted by the Goliad Main Street Program.



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