The adorable little town of Thomasville, Georgia is about 36 mile north of Tallahassee. Every year they hold a Victorian Christmas celebration for two evenings. Last night was our first time attending, though.
Getting ready to go:
It was a bit crowded and it was hard to find parking, but the town did a nice job of putting on the event. Children could play in a small patch of snow and visit with Santa. The Boy Scouts were roasting chestnuts over an open fire, plus there was free marshmallow toasting. Musicians played, there were carriage rides, a small train, fire dancers, lots of food vendors, and a live nativity (although the only thing I could see over the heads of the crowd were the angles on the roof). Many of the shops and restaurants, also, stay open late for the event.
Here is what we saw: