Grab your family and your coat and make your way to downtown Shelby on Sunday, Dec. 5, for the annual Holiday Stroll! This year’s event will take place from 2 until 6 p.m. and features all kinds of holiday fun for all ages.

Local businesses will be open and boasting some great holiday sales for all the shoppers out there while also providing a few extra opportunities for some fun. Northtown Drug and Shelby Ministerial Alliance are sponsoring hay rides and will have hot cocoa on site at Northtown Drug.

Swing on into The Smile Shop for some great gifts and to write and send your letter to Santa all in one convenient location! Once you have finished your letter to Santa be sure and grab a Christmas card to fill out with some good wishes and gratitude to be sent to our soldiers overseas and those away from home for the holidays. These cards are free and available to fill out most of the month of December.

The Shelby Snowgoers Group is hosting “Touch a Sled” and Santa will be receiving visitors at the Well Done Foundation between 2 and 5 p.m. If you’re needing a snack, S’mores will be available thanks to the generosity of Shelby Albertsons and Toole County Search and Rescue. More sweet treats can be found at Shelby Safari as Christmas cookie decorating will be taking place, sponsored by Shelby Paint & Hardware and Shelby Safari.

Mark’s Tire will be hosting a petting zoo, weather permitting, so be sure and buzz across the railroad tracks to check it out!

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