Moab Winter Sun Festival Schedule Dec 3& 4
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Winter Sun Festival in Moab — December 3 & 4, 2010

Winter Sun Festival is an annual event in Moab. The Moab Half Marathon folks put on a 10k road race and the community has a variety of activities to enjoy, to ring in, the December Holiday Season. The Main Street merchants will have sales, handmade items are displayed at two location for crafts, Santa will make an appearance, here and there, so be on the look out for the red suit.

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The Winter Sun Festival at a glance:

December 3

4-8 p.m.           Grand Center Craft Fair            182N 500W

5-7 p.m.           Tree Lighting @the county courthouse 125 E Center St

6:30 p.m.          Dave Steward & David Earl Brown play @ Eddie McStiff’s;

McStiff’s also serving pre-race past specials for the Winter Sun 10k

December 4

9-11 a.m.         Winter Sun 10k – Golf Course to High School Track

9 a.m. -3 p.m.     Grand Center Craft Fair            182N 500W

9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.   Moab Arts and Recreation Center Craft Fair – 111E 100N

6:00 p.m.          Electric Light Parade begins rolling

6:30 p.m.          The Littlest Birds (live music) @ Eddie McStiff’s

9:30 p.m.          The After Light Parade party @ Frankie D’s 44W 200N

Line up for the parade along 100 West from Swanny Park to Center Street, then along Main Street south to City Market.

The Tree Lighting will be lively with carolers, cookies & hot chocolate, and an additional ceremony, in which the Mayor awards the Business and Citizen of the Year for Moab.

Dance with the Sparkle Motion band at Frankie D’s after the Electric Light Parade.

Sparkle Motion at Frankie D's

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