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Join us for our Country Christmas
December 9, 2023

Information on this page is from our 2022 Event.  Watch this website for updates.

"A Victorian Christmas Comes to These Hills"

The Christmas Season in Granville is for the whole family to enjoy.  This year "Tennessee's Mayberry Town" will be decorated fit for a Hallmark Movie set and there are activities that will appeal to all ages.

The Granville Museum will host a Festival of Trees with 30 beautifully and uniquely decorated by various community groups and individuals.  Stepping into the Exhibit Room will be like entering into a Christmas Wonderland.


The Sutton Homestead is beautifully decorated for the Christmas season with a Victorian theme.  With a meaningful tree in every room, you will enjoy a guided tour with a docent to tell you about each tree and the unique Christmas decorations.

Christmas Shopping in December provides a great opportunity to purchase handmade and unique gifts.  Staff at Sutton General Store, Granville Artisans' Gallery, Granville Gift Shop, Southern Shops of Granville, Granville Broom Works and Aunt Bee's Quilt Shop and Bakery will help you select something just right for everyone on your Christmas list.

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Granville is a Magical Place for Children


   You’re never too old to enjoy a visit from Santa! Mark your calendars, Santa will be in Historic Granville for Country Christmas on December 10.  After the Christmas Parade at 3PM, he will be outside the Granville Gift Shop and available for pictures.

   The Granville Event Center will be transformed into Holiday Magic stations for Children’s activities from 12:30 –2:30 PM.  Children may make an ornament to take home or prepare as a gift, participate in Christmas stories and songs, make reindeer food to sprinkle in your yard on Christmas Eve.  Children of all ages will enjoy the entertainment by a clown. 


  Take your children on a walk through the streets to enjoy all the Christmas Characters of Parade.  Lots of family photo opportunities available.

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The  Cumberland University Singers will perform Sounds of the Season at 1:30 pm at our Country Christmas event.  This choir is one of two ensembles at Cumberland University under the direction of Mrs. Sandy Elliott.  The Singers are Music Majors and Non-Music majors who meet twice a week to prepare for their concerts and community events.  The group is made up of singers from Freshman to Seniors and even grad students.  Our singers come from right here in middle Tennessee to all around the country and even the world.


This is Mrs.Elliott's second year as Director of Choirs at Cumberland. She holds multiple degrees from CU and is very happy to be back at her Alma Mater.

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