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Dec 06

Brownsburg Holiday Guide

Posted on December 6, 2021 at 8:32 AM by Shelby Abner

There are so many fun and unique things to do in Brownsburg this holiday season! Check out the list below for festivals, local shopping, and other exciting holiday happenings around Brownsburg!

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Small Business Saturday

The Town of Brownsburg celebrates our local small businesses and the contributions they make to our local economy and community. With COVID-19 continuing to jeopardize the viability of small businesses, this year more than ever, every shopping dollar spent in Brownsburg counts to help the Brownsburg community remain strong and thrive. We encourage you to shop local on November 27.

Unique Gift ideas:

 

Christmas Lights at Brownsburg Town Hall

Lights at Brownsburg Town Hall

Park your car at Brownsburg Town Hall and turn your radio to 88.5 to watch a synchronized light display beginning December 8!


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Lights at Arbuckle Acres Park

Enjoy Christmas lights at Arbuckle Acres Park (200 N. Green St.) nightly through 10:30 PM starting November 24!

As you drive through the park, you’ll see unique light displays ranging from gingerbread men to even a lighted Santa Claus!

 Red mailbox with image of Santa

Letters to Santa

Make sure Santa brings exactly what you want this Christmas by sending a letter!

Santa’s mailbox will be on Town Hall Green starting November 29. Be sure to include your name and address for a letter from Santa. Letters must be received by December 15 for a response.

 Dad twirls daughter on the dance floor

Father-Daughter Dance Tickets

Looking for a great stocking stuffer? Father-Daughter Dance tickets go on sale December 1! This memorable evening includes dancing, crafts, and refreshments.

  • February 11 & 12, 7-9 PM
  • Brownsburg East Middle School
  • $25/Person
  • Ages 4-12

 Santa Claus on a float in the parade

Christmas Under the Stars

Line the streets of Brownsburg for our annual Christmas Under the Stars Parade on December 4 at 6 PM! Over 25 floats will parade through Brownsburg, decorated in holiday lights. Float applications are accepted through November 29.

Parade Route:

  • Begins at Brown Elementary School.
  • North on Eastern Ave. to Main St.
  • West on Main St. to S. Green St.
  • North on S. Green St. to Enderly Ave.

Visit the Brownsburg Parks office (402 E. Main St.) for hot chocolate and candy canes.

There will not be a tree lighting on Town Hall Green this year. Instead, visit the Yuletide Festival at Connection Pointe 30 minutes after the parade for photos with Santa, a petting zoo, ice skating, and drive-in movie (Polar Express). Additional fees required for some activities.

 Brownsburg Yuletide Festival

Yuletide Festival

Festive activities, twinkling lights, lots of ice skating, classic holiday drive-in movies, and a magical parade usher in Brownsburg’s merry and bright Christmas season.

Each weekend in December leading up to Christmas, you and your family will get to experience new adventures and create memories that will last a lifetime at the Brownsburg Yuletide Festival at Connection Pointe.

There will be free admission, with optional ticketed experiences.

Holiday Light Displays

Is your home decked out for the holidays? Help spread holiday cheer for neighbors to drive by and enjoy your decorations by completing this form to be added to our Holiday Lights Map.


 Breakfast with the Grinch

Character Breakfasts

Get your family in the holiday spirit with the green monster of Christmas (December 11 at 10 AM) and/or the Snow Queen and her snowman friend (December 18 at 10 AM)! These programs includes breakfast, take-home craft, pictures with the characters, and ice skating. Both breakfasts are $20/person.

Santa Claus on the Firetruck

Santa will begin touring Brownsburg via firetruck on December 1! Click a route to see when Santa will be in your neighborhood. All routes begin at 6 PM.