Christmas in Dacula
Are you ready for the Christmas festivities to begin for Hamilton Mill? The City of Dacula and the Dacula Business Association are pleased to bring you Christmas in Dacula, an event celebrating the Christmas season –and just a short drive from our very own Hamilton Mill Subdivision! The inaugural event will be held December 7, 2014 and will be hosted by Hebron Church on the corners of Fence and Dacula Roads.
Christmas in Dacula brings together the very best of Dacula and surrounding communities for family-friendly entertainment to celebrate the holiday season and foster the spirit of Christmas. Neighbors will have the opportunity to enjoy musical entertainment, carriage rides, kids crafts, holiday shopping and tree lighting. A variety of food trucks will also be on hand to cater to all tastes!
The Christmas Festival in Dacula opens at 4pm with Children’s activities, food trucks and vendor booths, which will be open throughout the event.
At 4:30pm get ready to enjoy some family Christmas films in the Dogwood Motion Picture Theater! First film will be “Mandie and the Forgotten Christmas” (107 minutes) followed by “My Christmas Soldier” (36 min – 2 showings). A full movie schedule will be available at the front of the movie tent.
At 5pm enjoy a Walk Through Bethlehem - a staged walk-through performance telling the story of the first Christmas.
Beginning at 5:30pm, listen to a celebration of Christmas music performed by Hebron Academy, Archer High School, Mill Creek High School and Dacula High School Chorus’.
Following the music there will be a raffle, and at 7:30pm there will be a lighting of the Tree set to music.
Hours and Admission Christmas in Dacula will be held December 7, 2014 from 4pm-8pm. Admission is FREE with a non-perishable food donation (canned items, dry pastas, cereals, etc).
Location Hebron Church, 202 Hebron Church Road, Dacula , GA 30019 Parking Guests will be able to park free on site at Hebron and at Dacula Elementary School. Shuttles will run to parking lots at Dacula High School (baseball lot) and Hebron Christian Academy on Dacula Road