Festivities abound throughout the Greenbrier Valley. Take a look at this “hot-list” of special events and happenings for this holiday season!
NOV 4 - JAN 4 - Decorated in full holiday regalia, The Greenbrier resort is the quintessential destination for the season's celebrations. With 60 Days of Holiday Cheer, it's easy to fill your "punch card" with festive activities, holiday dinners, parties and more.
NOV 17 & 18 – Kick off your shopping plans with the Lewisburg Holiday Festival. The downtown district is transformed into a winter wonderland complete with caroling, horse-drawn carriage rides and, of course, a visit by Santa.
NOV 24 - Be sure to shop small throughout the Greenbrier Valley. Gifts for the sensible-chic to the “person who has everything” can be found in any number of independent shops.
NOV 30 - A magical evening for the whole family, make your way out to Alderson for the Grand Illumination and Christmas Parade. Festivities begin at 6PM.
DEC 1 - With the holiday season in full swing, visit the historic village of White Sulphur Springs for its Holiday Open House.
DEC 6 - The Downtown Christmas Open House in Ronceverte celebrates the season with carriage rides, hot toddies and treats, and a special visit by Santa.
DEC 6 – DEC 22 – A timeless classic presented by the Greenbrier Valley Theatre, spend a haunted evening with Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol as he is visited by ghosts of his past, present and future.
DEC 7 - A very special First Fridays After Five, Greenbrier County school choirs perform holiday favorites at the Greenbrier Valley Visitors Center along with other festive activities throughout downtown.
DEC 8 - The following day, Lewisburg celebrates Girls’ Day Out. A must do if you’re planning a holiday-season-girlfriend getaway.
DEC 9 – A 26-year Christmas concert tradition, enjoy the Greenbrier Valley Chorale in “American Holiday Music, The Heritage of Our Singing” at Carnegie Hall. Expect new twists and familiar favorites.