Christmas in July happening in Coloma

BERRIEN COUNTY, Mich. -- The City of Coloma announced the details for their Christmas in July event that will be hosted downtown on Saturday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

“We can’t wait to turn the downtown into Christmas for the day. A committee of volunteers along with area businesses have pulled together to plan a unique and family friendly fun day for all to enjoy. These events have been pulled together with little to no budget and are being offered to guests to enjoy for little to no cost or completely free,” said Coloma Mayor Marsha Hammond.

Kids and families will be able to participate in games and activities that include visiting Santa, a Christmas dunk tank, a kid train, a duck race, a scavenger hunt and two showings of the movie Elf.

“Some of the highlights include a mini duck race, the Coloma Public Library has pulled together a scavenger hunt, area businesses are running Christmas theme specials and we even have a dunk tank to dunk Santa’s elves. It is guaranteed to be a great time,” added Hammond.

For more information on this event and its schedule, visit The City of Coloma Facebook page.

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