Celebrate the start of the holiday season with us!
Hometown Holidays is Spring Hill's annual Christmas festival, held the first Friday in December. For many years, this fun, FREE event has treated families to pictures with Santa, holiday-themed crafts, treats, activities, and entertainment hosted by local organizations.
Hometown Holidays 2021 is set for 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3 at Spring Hill Civic Center, 401 N Madison, Spring Hill, KS 66083.
We will also be accepting canned food donations Nov. 2 through Dec. 11 at the utilities counter at City Hall.
Schedule of events
- Lighting of the Mayor’s Christmas Tree
To kick off the evening, Mayor Steven Ellis will host the annual tree lighting in the courtyard of the Civic Center.
- Photo with Santa, Spring Hill Rotary Club
After the Mayor's Christmas Tree lighting, the Spring Hill Rotary Club will be hosting pictures with Santa inside of the Civic Center.
- Gifts, City of Spring Hill
City staff will be handing out gifts, full of treats and prizes, right after your photo with Santa.
- Letters to Santa, Spring Hill Recreation Commission
You will be able to drop off your child’s wishes and lists to Santa at this special mailbox, which leads straight to the North Pole!
- City Lights Tour
After your drive through visit with Santa, head out on our City Lights Tour. We will have holiday lights displays at various City parks and facilities for you to drive around and view! We’ve also partnered with the Spring Hill Recreation Commission for our Lights Tour. They have generously decorated our Historic Downtown district as well as the Spring Hill Sports Complex, which will have another hot chocolate stop! Locations include:
- Spring Hill Civic Center, 401 N. Madison St.
- City Park, Washington and Hale streets
- Community Center, 613 S. Race Street
- Downtown District, Main Street
- Public Works, 502 E. Nichols St.
- Spring Hill Police Department, 418 E. Nichols St.
- Spring Hill Sports Complex, 900 N. Washington St
- Map of Lights Tour locations and driving directions