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Best Christmas Events in Monroe, Calhoun, and Ruston 2019

The holidays are finally here, which means it’s time for you and your family to check out some of the best Christmas events in Monroe 2019 and the surrounding areas. With so many great activities available this year though, how are you supposed to choose which ones to attend?

Top Christmas Events in Monroe 2019 & Surrounding Cities

There are countless options when it comes to Christmas on the river Monroe LA, West Monroe, Calhoun, and Ruston. Here are some of our favorites this year.

Santa’s Christmas Village

Nothing beats seeing the happiness that Christmas brings to children, and nothing can bring it out quite like a visit with Santa Clause.

Santa’s Christmas Village lets kids play in the snow, make ornaments, decorate holiday cookies, and of course, meet with St. Nick himself!

When: Daily through December 22, 2019, hours vary
Where: Northeast Louisiana Children’s Museum
Cost: $8 admission
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Northeast Louisiana Christmas Celebration

The ministry of First West holds the NELA Christmas Celebration every year to celebrate the holiday in the most entertaining way possible.

Enjoy a full orchestra and choir, along with dancers and high-tech production while learning about the story of Christmas and what it means today.

When: December 20-22 at 6:00 pm
Where: First West campus, West Monroe
Cost: Free
Event Details

Christmas in the Park

As one of the best Christmas events in Monroe for kids, Christmas in the Park includes all kinds of reindeer games.

Experience a live nativity, food trucks, cookies decorating, S’mores, pony rides, ornament making, and more!

When: December 14, 2019, 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Where: First Baptist Church Monroe
Cost: Free
Event Details

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Candy Cane Lane

Everyone loves Christmas light displays, but nothing else even comes close to Calhoun’s Candy Cane Lane.

This one-mile drive is lined with over one million Christmas lights, making it a holiday scene you won’t ever forget.

When: Through December 31, 2019, 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Where: 170 Highway 151 North, Calhoun Louisiana 71225
Cost: $20 Family Vehicle / $40 Commercial Vehicle
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Ruston Christmas Parade

One of the most fun things to do in Ruston LA this holiday is to check out the annual Ruston Christmas Parade.

This parade always boasts a wacky theme so enjoy watching silly holiday floats with the family followed by a chili cook-off!

When: Saturday, December 14, 2019, 10:30 am
Where: Thomas Assembly Center
Cost: Free
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