It’s that time of year again and we hope you join us as the City of Champions transforms into USA Christmas Town full of lights, festivities and holiday cheer. There are a lot of great events going on in Brockton around the holiday season that are sure to put even Scrooge in a cheerful mood! We hope everyone in Brockton brings their holiday spirit and gets in on the fun.
Jingle Bell Run
The Jingle Bell Run benefits the Enterprise Helping Hands fund and will take place on Saturday, December 6th this year, starting at 1:00pm at the Conference Place at Massasoit located at 770 Crescent Street. This fun run/walk is meant to be a fun 2 miles to support a good cause. Get there by noon to register.
The festivities are easily accessible by everyone located in Brockton and surrounding areas.
Once Upon a Christmas Eve – Musical
If you’re interested in some holiday entertainment to get you in the spirit, get to Living Word at 1090 W. Chestnut Street in Brockton for Once Upon a Christmas Eve. This theatrical event is great for the whole family and will be performed on December 7th and December 21st from 7pm to 10pm.
Get there early for the pre-show to participate in holiday games, and win a prize if you’re clad in your ugliest holiday sweater!
This year’s Holiday Pops, performed by the Brockton Symphony Orchestra and Brockton’s South Middle School Chorus will take place on Sunday December 7th at 3:00 pm. Join in on the fun as the symphony performs holiday classics and sing along with John-Andrew Fernandez. The Brockton Symphony Orchestra will be conducted by Dr. Emilian Badea and the South Middle School Chorus will be directed by Kate M. Higgins. Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for seniors and students and free for children 12 and under.
The concert will take place at West Middle School in Brockton, and because parking is limited, shuttle vans are offered from Brockton High School. Vans will be running continuously between Brockton High and the West Middle School from 1pm to 6pm.
Don’t miss this festive concert full of holiday cheer!
While you’re enjoying all the wonderful activities that the season has to offer, don’t forget to think about those who don’t have the luxury. There are many ways to donate to those less fortunate in Brockton during this holiday season.
Catholic Charities South, located at 169 Court Street in Brockton runs a Toys for Kids program and is accepting toy donations for children ages 13 and younger. Brockton Police Station is also collecting toys, food and clothing for the holidays.
Donating toys and clothing to children and families that don’t have them is a great way to spread holiday cheer and do something nice for others.
So dig out your ugly Christmas sweaters and bring the family out in Brockton, MA. The endless holiday events that are going on this season are sure to put you in the holiday spirit and help you create memorable traditions for years to come.