Creston Valley Winter Festival

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Due to Covid-19 and the ever changing health restrictions, we will not be hosting our Annual Santa Claus parade this year. However, we have many other activities planned! Click on any of the images below to find out more:


Saturday, December 18
1:00 - 3:00pm









Twinkle Tour
December 6 until Christmas

After dark, daily


Story Walk
Starts Saturday, December 18 (1:00pm)

until Monday, December 20 (12:00pm)

Gingerbread House Competition
Saturday, December 18

1:00 - 3:00pm

Free Skate with Santa
Sunday, December 12

3:30 - 5:00pm

Creston Fire Rescue Christmas Carolling
Sunday, December 19th
(and 18th - Lakeview/Arrowcreek)

Starting at 4:00pm

Free Community Swim
Sunday, December 12
1:00 - 3:00pm





This event is brought to you by:



Due to Covid-19 and the ever changing health restrictions, we will not be hosting our Annual Santa Claus parade this year. However, we have many other activities planned! Click on any of the images below to find out more:


Saturday, December 18
1:00 - 3:00pm









Twinkle Tour
December 6 until Christmas

After dark, daily


Story Walk
Starts Saturday, December 18 (1:00pm)

until Monday, December 20 (12:00pm)

Gingerbread House Competition
Saturday, December 18

1:00 - 3:00pm

Free Skate with Santa
Sunday, December 12

3:30 - 5:00pm

Creston Fire Rescue Christmas Carolling
Sunday, December 19th
(and 18th - Lakeview/Arrowcreek)

Starting at 4:00pm

Free Community Swim
Sunday, December 12
1:00 - 3:00pm





This event is brought to you by:



Show us your Christmas Tree!

While this holiday season may be celebrated differently than in years past, creating a festive atmosphere at home might be more important than ever. We want to see how you decorate your Christmas tree and want to hear all about your holiday traditions. Please share the best photo of your decorated tree and tell us about it in the comments.

Thank you for your Christmas tree with us!

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    Christmas memories

    by Catalaine, 10 months ago

    My tree is usually a walk down memory lane with decoration from all over the world; and for over 25 years, my Mom made a hand-stitched ornament for friends and family and it was often to commemorate an event that took place during the year. The year they moved to the Creston valley, the ornament was an apple!

    I would sit and look at the tree, each decoration brings back memories of past travels. Then I got kittens . . .

    This year I bought a starter tree to see if kittens and Christmas trees go well together to no... Continue reading