The holiday season is upon us. Brownsburg and Hendricks County are bustling with events, activities, and local shopping opportunities to delight the child in all of us. Check out these fantastic holiday events this November!
Brownsburg Public Library Holiday Shop
The annual Brownsburg Public Library Holiday Shop will be open from November 7th through December 28th during library hours. The shop features new and like-new books, gifts, and holiday decorations. Proceeds benefit library programming.
Downtown Coatesville and the Coatesville Community Building will be celebrating Christmas in Coatesville on November 20th and 21st from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Enjoy tree lighting, cocoa, cookies, carols, holiday shopping and more in downtown Coatesville.
Beasley’s Christmas at the Orchard
Beasley’s Orchard will be hosting jolly old Saint Nick at their old-fashioned Christmas event on November 21st and 28th. Listen to holiday dulcimer music while enjoying food and gift shopping in addition to kids’ crafts and face painting.
This juried art show will be held in Avon on November 21st. Features handmade pieces created by Hoosier artisans.
Burn off those holiday calories before dinner by running the Gobble Gallop 5K on Thanksgiving Day. Race begins at 8 a.m. on November 26th at the Hendricks Regional Health YMCA. Learn more and register here.
Check out the old-fashioned tree lighting on Danville’s Courthouse Square on November 27th. The free festivities include holiday characters, music, and children’s activities.
Winterland Christmas Light Show
Ellis Park in Danville will feature a drive through holiday light show from November 27th to December 30th. Santa will be in the Train Station on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Light show hours are 6-9 p.m. on Sunday-Thursday, 6-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Meet the alpacas at Montrose Farms Alpaca Ranch on November 28th and enjoy hot cider and holiday cookies. Find great gifts such as alpaca fleeces, hats, scarves, socks, blankets, teddy bears, sustainable home products from Land Goods LLC, and more.
What are your favorite November traditions in Hendricks County?