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Holiday events in Rome continue with just days until Christmas

Posted December 17, 2013 by Jake Summerlin in Events, Life in Rome
Rome is abuzz every December with fun Christmas events for everyone!

Rome is abuzz every December with fun Christmas events for everyone!

Happy Holidays! It’s Christmas in Rome, and there is still a lot going on between now and December 25 to get you in the holiday spirit! Check out these great holiday events for everyone:

 

December 17: Three Rivers Singers will host its holiday concert at First Baptist Church of Rome at 7p, with the theme “Christmas Classics”. Music is in the air, so bring the family out to feel the spirit.

Many houses of worship will hold Christmas Eve and Christmas Day services this year.

Many houses of worship will hold Christmas Eve and Christmas Day services this year.

December 19: Take a break from the busy holidays to enjoy a night out on the town at the Magnolia Stroll, 5:30p to 7:30p. Participating Downtown Rome restaurants in this pub crawl will offer samplings of their signature food items along with beer and wine to benefit the Magnolia Foundation. Tickets: 706.295.5576. 21 and up.

December 20: Ceilidh Celtic Ensemble presents the Celtic Christmas Cabaret at Heritage Hall in Rome, starting at 7:30p.

December 21: The NAIA Football National Championship returns to Historic Barron Stadium. Join the community as we give a warm holiday welcome to teams from Kentucky and Iowa! 4:30p kick-off, tickets available at www.ForumEvents.org.

Have any questions? Call the Rome-Floyd Visitor Center at 800-444-1834 or visit our calendar at www.RomeEvents.org, powered by VenueDog.

 

Happy Holidays!

About the Author

Jake Summerlin is a communications student at Berry College and a contributing blogger for Georgia's Rome. Jake was born and raised in Rome and writes about his experiences where the rivers meet and the mountains begin.

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