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Christmas in Collinsville – Champagne Walk

December 7, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Champagne Walk 2018 Join Us for Christmas in Collinsville

The annual Christmas in Collinsville event will be held on on Friday December 7th outside the Historical Society building.

There will be a tree lighting ceremony at 7 pm.

Stroll the festive streets of this historic Collinsville  village, wandering from merchant to merchant and enjoy samples of Champagne or other beverages as well as tasty bites to enrich your holiday experience.

The Champagne Walk in Collinsville has become a holiday tradition for many. Invite your friends and family to enjoy the season together in the unique, quirky and quaint destination that is Historic Collinsville. Featuring Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides, Luminaries, live music, and a Charity Craft Fair

To join the festivities, purchase your commemorative Champagne flute or purchase a flute charm and bring your own glass.

Order today to avoid the lines on the night of the event. Pick up your items by Thursday, December 6th at the end of business at the location of your choice. Check location hours on the web.


December 7, 2018
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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