The Downtown Garner Association is preparing to bring another mural to Main Street! We’re seeking input from the Garner community about the style of art they’d like to see. Please take the survey below to share your feedback.
Visit Downtown Garner now through the end of 2020 for a dose of holiday cheer! While the holidays look a bit different this year, the Downtown Garner Association invites you to enjoy a safe, socially-distanced walk down Main Street. This go-at-your-own-pace event is open 24/7 – we urge visitors to take necessary safety precautions and avoid crowds due to COVID.
The windows of Garner’s historic business district have been transformed into a winter wonderland with festive holiday artwork. Visit the North Pole, say hi to Santa, carol along to the 12 Days of Christmas, and stop off for a cup of cheer!
While you enjoy the bright Christmas lights, cheery artwork, and jolly green wreaths, take pictures – it’s perfect for family holiday photos and Instagram backdrops! Be sure to tag @DowntownGarner on Facebook and Instagram and use #GarnerChristmasOnMain in your photos – we’ll feature our favorites weekly!
Special thanks to Steve and Stacy Kolcaz from Grafix House for their time and effort in making Main Street shine with holiday decorations.
Holiday window art in Downtown Garner is brought to you by our generous 2020 sponsors:
Town of Garner Holiday Events
Virtual Christmas Tree Lighting
Family Candy Cane Hunt
Christmas on Main Street
1. Traffic will only enter Main Street from New Rand Road.
2. Please remain in your vehicle.
3. Please do not stop.
The Hall Sisters Holiday Concert
Garner Historical Society Christmas Ornaments
Members of the Historical Society will be at the building beside the Historic Depot on Sunday, December 6, from 2:00 to 4:00 with Christmas ornaments and a few other items for sale. These ornaments were hand made by an artist in Sanford and there are a limited number – don’t miss out! Only cash and check payments will be accepted at this time. For more information, follow the Historical Society on Facebook.