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Once Thanksgiving arrives, you know Valier’s annual Christmas Stroll isn’t far behind! This year’s stroll is being organized by the Valier Area Development Corporation (VADC) once again and is scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 5, from 5-8 p.m., in the Valier High School multi-purpose room.

More than 20 local and area vendors have already reserved spaces, but Linda Kuka will gladly squeeze in a few more if there are any latecomers out there. Simply give her a call at (406) 279-3347 to reserve your space. 

 Valier High Schools’ FCCLA members are holding their annual fundraiser, serving up bowls of delicious chili for shoppers to enjoy. 

Santa and his elves will be on hand to hear the local children’s wish list. 

Other fun activities include: Hayrides, bake and candy sales, tree and wreath sales and the traditional fire pit and bonfire will be going to keep those attending warm as they stroll along taking advantage of the holiday happenings. And don’t forget the Czechoslovakian raffle that will be going on!

The VADC will also have a booth promoting the new VADC Bucks! These come in $10 increments and make great stocking stuffers, teacher gifts, tips for your favorite hair stylist, masseuse, babysitter, etc., as well as those hard to buy for folks on our Christmas list. VADC Bucks are redeemable at all Valier businesses. 

The VADC booth will also have information on the upcoming Ice Fishing Derby slated for Jan. 18, 2020, Ice Derby raffle tickets for sale and registration forms for the Lake Frances Triple P Triathlon on June 13, 2020.

Mark your calendar and plan to attend this year’s Christmas Stroll on Thursday, Dec. 5.

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