The Ladysmith Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Business Association hosted an Old Time Christmas event on Dec. 2 – 4 where families could shop local, engage in activities and look at the light adorning First Ave. (Photo by Tyler Hay)

Photos: First Ave lively for Ladysmith Old Time Christmas

Ladysmith Light Up was cancelled this year, but there was still an Old Time Christmas event

The Ladysmith Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Business Association held an Old Time Christmas event this weekend (Dec. 2 –4) downtown. families had an opportunity to shop local while looking at the many seasonal decorations adorning Ladysmith’s First Ave.

There was live music in the streets from Sarah Leo, Dan Miron and the Ladysmith Celebration Brass and Woodwind Band. Murray McNab from McNab Corn Maze gave hay rides up and down First Ave with his tractor.

Shops were open until 8 p.m. and many hosted Christmas activities, including Elf on the Shelf and a storybook walk.

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Sarah Leo performs on First Ave during an Old Time Christmas event on Dec. 3. (Photo by Tyler Hay)

Sarah Leo performs on First Ave during an Old Time Christmas event on Dec. 3. (Photo by Tyler Hay)

The Ladysmith Celebration Brass and Woodwind Band perform outside the Island Hotel during an Old Time Christmas event on Dec. 3. (Photo by Tyler Hay)

The Ladysmith Celebration Brass and Woodwind Band perform outside the Island Hotel during an Old Time Christmas event on Dec. 3. (Photo by Tyler Hay)

Gingy the Gingerbread Person poses during an Old Time Christmas event on Dec. 3. (Photo by Tyler Hay)

Gingy the Gingerbread Person poses during an Old Time Christmas event on Dec. 3. (Photo by Tyler Hay)

Murray McNab offered hay rides, towed with his tractor during an Old Time Christmas event on Dec. 3. (Photo by Tyler Hay)

Murray McNab offered hay rides, towed with his tractor during an Old Time Christmas event on Dec. 3. (Photo by Tyler Hay)

The Ladysmith Kinsmen give out hotdogs and hot chocolate during an Old Time Christmas event on Dec. 3. (Photo by Tyler Hay)

The Ladysmith Kinsmen give out hotdogs and hot chocolate during an Old Time Christmas event on Dec. 3. (Photo by Tyler Hay)


 

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