hometown Holiday

A Basalt Hometown Holiday
Zoom Call with Santa and Mrs Claus

Talk to Santa – Schedule a Santa Zoom Call *

When: Saturday, December 12th from 10:00 to Noon
Register: Complete the short Talk to Santa Sign-Up Form
     * First signed up, first scheduled

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Stack of Letters to Santa

Write a Letter to Santa

Email Your Letter to santa@basalt.net
Drop Off Your Letter at the Town of Basalt's North Pole mailboxes located at the Art Base entry (99 Midland Avenue) and the Triangle Park Stage in Willits

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The Clauses Cut Outs

Selfie with Santa and Mrs. Claus

Take your picture with a Santa and Mrs. Claus cut out! 
• Town Hall near the Caboose 
• Triangle Park Stage in Willits Town Center

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Residence Holiday Lighting Contest

Submit: Home address and photo of home** to santa@basalt.net
Deadline: December 7th at 5:00 p.m.               
Eligible: All areas and neighborhoods in Basalt, CO
     **Can be single-family home, apartment, or townhome
Prizes:
A prize will be rewarded for each category: home, apartment, townhome

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Ornament Making Kits

Ornament Making Kit *** from The Art Base

Approximately 20 kits per day at each location starting December 4th. ***Ornament Kits while supplies last.
• Willits Town Center — location: Triangle Park Stage
• Lions Park — location: Art Base entry (99 Midland Avenue, Basalt, CO)

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Basalt Fire Engine and Mr and Mrs Claus

Santa Claus Basalt Neighborhood Parades       

This year Santa and Mrs. Claus are making two special trips to Basalt to wish area children Happy Holidays!!
Check out the parade route maps to determine the best day and time to come see Santa and Mrs. Claus and give them a shout! Santa and Mrs. Claus want to personally see as many of the Basalt area children as they can! If Santa does not come by your home, you may want to have an adult park your car along the parade route. Please obey any no parking signs. 

 To keep you and Santa safe – You must:      
• Wear your face covering unless you are 2 year of age or younger or have a medical condition that prevents you from wearing one.
• Keep at least 6 feet from another family
• Stay out of the street!       
• Stay inside if you are sick! 


After the parade on Friday, Santa & Mrs. Claus will be flying back the North Pole, but they will be talking to Basalt area children from their home on Saturday, December 12th; and Santa is coming back for his regular "Santa in the Hood" trip (more information below).  

Parade Route Details

• Friday, December 4th : East Basalt* (Downtown Basalt) — Parade Route PDF 
• Friday, December 11th : West Basalt* (Willits Town Center)
     
* Disclaimer: The parade route and details may change due to COVID-19. Please check back for updates. 

Five Commitments to COVID Containment

1. Maintain 6 feet of distance from anyone not in your household.
2. Wash your hands often.
3. Wear a mask in public.
4. Stay home when sick.
5. Seek testing immediately and self-report if you experience symptoms.

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Santa in the Hood

When: December 18th and 19th
Where: El Jebel and Basalt neighborhoods
Details: This is Santa’s annual “Santa in the Hood” trip when he tours the El Jebel and Basalt neighborhoods while sitting atop a fire engine. Mrs. Claus will be staying home in the North Pole for this event. Listen for holiday music as the fire engine makes its way around the community.

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Tray of Mini Donuts

Free Hot Mini-Donuts

What: Peace. Love. Donuts in Downtown Basalt
Where: Saturday, December 5th from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
When: Downtown Basalt

What: Peace. Love. Donuts at Willits Town Center
Where: Saturday, December 12th from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
When: Willits Town Center

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YouTube Coming Soon

Basalt Hometown Holiday Video Special

Video to be posted in early December.
Town&#39s People hustle and bustle
Wrapped Presents

Contributions : Help Others This Holiday

Colorado Gives Day
The next two Tuesdays are for giving with Giving Tuesday (www.GivingTuesday.org) on December 1 and Colorado Gives Day (www.ColoradoGives.org) on December 8. If you have the means, please consider giving to one of our many non-profits in this valley, especially those who have gone above and beyond during this pandemic. A full list of Basalt Chamber non-profit members can be found in their Directory (www.BasaltChamber.org).

Food Bank of the Rockies (www.FoodBankRockies.org)
Fighting hunger and feeding hope since 1978

Aspen Community Foundation
Contribute to one of the Aspen Community Foundation (ACF) COVID-19 Regional Response Efforts. ACF is located in the Town of Basalt and helps individuals and families from Aspen to Parachute. More at: www.AspenCommunityFoundation.org


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Small Town Storefronts

Shop and Eat Local in Basalt, CO

For every $100- you spend at local businesses, $68- will stay in the community. Independent businesses return more than three times as much money per dollar of sales to the community in which they operate than chain competitors. Small businesses employ 77 million Americans and account for 65% of all new jobs over the past 17 years. More information at: www.BasaltChamber.org

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