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Christmas Walk on the Bricks
December 2, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Experience Downtown Kearney's annual old fashioned Christmas Walk with live reindeer, Santa, his elves and Mrs. Claus, a live stable, horse-drawn hayrack rides, vintage red pickup truck, human snow globe, holiday performances, caroling, shopping and refreshments.
In addition to our shops having specials, refreshments and even some entertainment, here is a list of the attractions:
– Performances by Just For Kix students in front of Yandas Music & Pro Audio at 2301 Central Avenue.
– Live reindeer at 2223 Central Avenue sponsored by the Kearney Hub.
– Live stable in front of Central Mercantile/Ktown Cakery at 2206 Central Avenue.
– Mom & Pop's Kettle Korn in front of SCORR Marketing at 2201 Central Avenue.
– Popcorn from Boy Scout Troup 158 in front of ABC Drug & Gift at 2123 Central Avenue.
– Vintage red pick-up photo op in front of Edith Joi Boutique.
– Horse-drawn hayrack rides in front of 2110 Central Avenue sponsored by Michole Yaw – American Family Insurance and the Rustic Patch.
– Santa Cottage in front of Nelson's Furniture & Flooring at 2109 Central Avenue brought in by Kearney Park & Rec.
– Coffee from MK's Truck (extension of The Cup of Kearney) on 21st Street in front of the UNK mural.
– Big Red Donuts in front of 2033 Central Avenue brought in by Olivia's Salon.
– RockIt Event Pros' human snow globe in front of Bruce Furniture & Flooring at 2026 Central Avenue.
– Performances by Encore Performing Arts students in front of their studio at 2014 Central Avenue.
Be sure to watch for the Kearney Catholic Stardust Singers caroling and Salvation Army bell ringers. The Kearney Public Schools Foundation's North Pole Express will be running that night too and making stops in front of the Kaufmann Center.
Street parking will be limited but is available is one of the public lots at the Museum of Nebraska Art, behind City Hall, north of Carquest, south of the Chicken Coup, north of Railroad Street on the west side of Central Avenue and west of Cunningham's Journal.