Jackson Hole Annual Town Square Lighting

Jackson Hole Town Square at Christmas

Jackson Hole’s annual Town Square Lighting is a festive tradition and cause to grab you warm coats and bundle your family up for the fun annual event in historic Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Every year the day after Thanksgiving families pack the small town square and enjoy complimentary coffee, hot chocolate, and cookies while they sing Christmas carols amongst neighbors and participate in other holiday festivities. After a few favorite Christmas carols are preformed by¬†The Jackson Hole Community Band, a countdown begins and then all the trees and antler arches that surround the town square are lit up with blue twinkle Christmas lights.

This holiday event continues in Jackson Hole with a visit from Santa Clause who hides his reindeer and sleigh in the nearby Elk Refuge so the animals blend right in! The children quickly file in line to tell Santa some valuable wishes as Christmas quickly approaches. The Annual Jackson Hole Town Square Lighting is a great event for all families and if you happened to miss it, still stop by town square and check out the beautiful lights which remain the whole holiday season.

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