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City of Boscobel will celebrate Christmas
Boscobel Christmas

BOSCOBEL - The Boscobel Chamber of Commerce will had the lighting of the Community Christmas Tree at Depot Park at 6 p.m. (in the gazebo) with some caroling on November 28, which was also Small Business Saturday.

Instead of the Festival of Trees, this year there will be a light/tree display in Depot Park from November 28th – December 25th. The park will be lit up for everyone to enjoy each day by walking thru or driving by.

Anyone interested in putting up a light display can contact Chamber Director Robin Baumeister at the Chamber office, 375-2672, or via email Displays will be able to be put up during the week of November 21 – 27.

Entry for a light/tree display will be $15.

Boscobel Lumber has offered to cut your lumber if you need help with making your display; contact Bill at 375-5323. There will also be artistic welders in town. If you need any contact information please let Robin know to help you build your display.

Decorating contest

Entries for the community contest need to be into the chamber office by December 11th. This year’s theme is Whimsical Wonderland.

Entries need to be in the city or within five miles from the city limits.

Categories include:

• Best Use of Lights

• Best Use of Color

• Best Use of Theme

Activities on Saturday, Dec. 5 include business open houses, a parade, and visit with Santa.


The parade line up will be at 11:30 on Wisconsin Avenue in front of Kronshage Park, with the parade starting at noon. The parade route will proceed north on Wisconsin Avenue to Mary Street, past Boscobel Care and Rehab then north on Wisconsin Avenue to drop Santa off at the Depot 

There will be plenty of parking along the parade route. If you come to watch the parade, we ask that you stay in your vehicle to help with social distancing.  The east side of Wisconsin Ave. from Buchanan St. to Superior St. will be no parking. Parade goers will be able to back in to be watch the parade.

Santa (social distancing) will be visiting with guests from 1 – 4 p.m. at Depot Park.