A busy weekend in Buffalo to welcome the Christmas Season kicks off Friday. Aaron Palmer reminds us of the opportunities available.
Get your picture taken with Santa all day at Cooley Images downtown, and the first of four Reverse Bingo Drawings happens today.
On Saturday, enjoy hot chocolate, coffee and cinnamon rolls at the Whips and Spurs 4-H fundrasier downtown as you wait for local merchants to open their doors at 6 am for the 3-2-1 Early Bird Sale.
Check out the St. Luke's Episcopal Church's Surprise You Sale or the St. Luke's Lutheran Church's Christmas Kids' Shop.
Take in the Art Stroll and visit the Christmas Gingerbread Workshop at Sheridan College in Johnson County.
The Potter's Depot, Mountain Meadows Wool and the Jim Gatchell Museum will all have open houses, so check out their deals as well.
At 4pm, the Annual Chili Feed happens in Crazy Woman Square, bring your appetite. Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Director Angela Jarvis talks about the chili feed.
Finally, the 26th Annual Lighted Christmas Parade will wind its way through downtown to cap a busy day.
Watch for the Christmas Button Number on the last float in the parade, the winner receives $100 in Buffalo Bucks.
After the parade, the Buffalo Senior Center will have hot chocolate and cinnamon rolls to help everyone warm up.
On Sunday, the Occidental Hotel will present their 15th Annual Christmas Program of music and worship in the hotel lobby beginning at 4 pm.
For more details on everything happening in Buffalo this weekend, stop by the chamber of commerce and pick up a flier with all the information.
From the Johnson County News Desk, I'm Aaron Palmer with sheridanmedia.com news.