Media ContactsKelli Narde Director of Cultural and Media Services
Commander Trent Cooper
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2021 Candlelight Walk
Littleton’s 37th annual Candlelight Walk will take place Friday, November 26, continuing the tradition of free hot cider, holiday entertainment, a parade down Main Street, live reindeer, and a visit from Santa.
The popular holiday event will feature music from the Heritage High School Brass, Littleton High School Choir, dancing elves and trees, Rudolph, and popcorn and funnel cakes. Arrive early and do some holiday shopping at the wide variety of downtown merchants. Visit Santa’s reindeer and pick up a cup of delicious hot cider at Bradford Auto Body, Inc. Hot cider and hot chocolate are also available on the east end of Main Street at Bega Park, courtesy of Western Welcome Week. Candles are available for 50 cents at both locations.
Santa will cap the evening with the lighting of the giant tree in Bowles Plaza at the west end of Main Street and will be available later for photos at Town Hall Arts Center.
Non-perishable food items for Integrated Family Community Services will be collected in the blue barrels at Bradford Auto Body, Inc.
Main Street will be closed to traffic at 4 p.m. Parking is available at Arapahoe Community College, the Littleton Center, Arapahoe County, or take light rail and make the short walk from the downtown light rail station.
Crews Working on Main Street and Alamo Avenue