Jingle Bell Jubilee
Due to the COVID19 pandemic - there is no annual event for 2020.
Jingle Bell Jubilee is Unionville's premier annual holiday event co-sponsored with the Unionville Museum and enjoyable for all.
FREE Festivities include:
- Carol Sing
- Visit From Santa
- Holiday Craft Making For Kids
- Reindeer Kids Games
- Take-Your-Own-Picture Holiday Backdrop
- Unionville Museum Tree and Wreath Display
Below is last year's information. Stay tuned next year....
The “Jingle Bell Jubilee” holiday celebration and carol sing is co-sponsored by the Unionville Village Improvement Association and Unionville Museum. This FREE event brings together Unionville’s holiday traditions in one festive event for all to enjoy.
The festivities begin with activities and games at 4 p.m. through 5:30 p.m., All are invited to gather at the gazebo in Alice Clover Pinney Park on School Street for a traditional carol sing followed by a special visit from Santa at 5:45 p.m.
At the Unionville Museum at 15 School Street, enjoy the annual Yuletide Open House to view holiday trees and wreaths designed by local businesses and civic groups. Also on display will be the popular exhibit extended for the holidays: 2019 Farmington Boys Basketball State Champions: An Historic win for a Community that Believed.
Bring the whole family and stop by the First Church of Christ Congregational Unionville at 61 Main Street for holiday craft making and cookie decorating and visit the nearby Farmington Youth Center for reindeer games. This year the event will also include activities with the Farmington Robotics Team and refreshments outside the museum provided by Unionville Autobody, Unionville Lions Club, McDonalds, and Toro Loco, an upcoming new Mexican restaurant opening in the former Wood-n-Tap location on Farmington Avenue.
“The Jubilee is filled with family friendly activities and cheer and promotes our downtown businesses and restaurants. If you have not had a chance to visit the Unionville Museum all dressed up for the holiday season it’s a special treat. Join us!” said Patty LeBouthillier, Unionville Museum President.
Jubilee Festivities are free and supported by local contributions, in-kind donations and volunteers from the Unionville Museum, UVIA, Town of Farmington, Avon Memorial Methodist Church, Union School PTO, First Church of Christ Congregational Unionville, Unionville Lions Club, George’s Pizza, Unionville Auto-body, McDonalds, Toro Loco restaurant, and Tunxis Hose Fire Company.
Parking is available around town and at Union School. If you would like to include a wreath from your local business or an organization in the Unionville Museum’s Yuletide exhibit, contact 860-673-3356. Visit www.Unionvillemuseum.org for more information.
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