Come and celebrate the Christmas spirit at the 2021 Sunburst Christmas Stroll taking place on Friday, Dec. 3, from 5-8 p.m. and Saturday, Dec. 4, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m., at the new Sunburst Community Center! The Community Center is located at 314 1st Street North and will be packed full of great vendors with a fantastic variety of holiday décor and gifts.

“All of the previous Christmas Strolls for the past few decades were held in the Northern Telephone Company garage after the employees completely emptied out the garage to allow the public to come inside for setting up and enjoying the sales, music, and festivities,” said Sally Aschim.

The Sunburst community is excited about the venue’s location change, and many have already signed up to be vendors for this year’s event. Homemade crafts, décor, sewing, quilting, wreaths, Paparazzi, Color Street, Posh and Pink Zebra products, along with many other great gift ideas, will be at this year’s stroll.

The entry fee is $1 for adults and 50 cents for students and children.

“All proceeds go towards the Jayhawker Ridge Homemaker Club who are responsible for the lit decor on the telephone/electrical poles up and down Main Street, the giant wreaths on various businesses, plus the cute decor on the ‘Welcome to Sunburst’ sign as folks enter Sunburst,” said Aschim. “There are also goals, eventually, to afford a huge lit collapsible metal Christmas tree that can be stored away in between every Christmas season, in addition to strings of lights going back and forth across Main Street.”

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