Christmas in the Village to be held Dec. 7, downtown Sublette
SUBLETTE – The village of Sublette will ring in the holidays during its annual Christmas Walk, “Christmas in the Village,” on Thursday, Dec. 7. The Christmas Walk committee promises something for the whole family.
A craft and vendor show will be held at 5 p.m. at the Sublette Community Building. Janet Nagel, chairman of the event, said there will be a large variety of vendors that can fulfill your holiday shopping needs. There will also be vendors at LaFiesta Restaurant from 6-9 p.m., and the restaurant will feature specials, including margaritas.
The evening’s festivities will continue with the official lighting of the village Christmas tree at 6:30 p.m. This will be followed by caroling led by local 4-H members.
At 7 p.m., Santa Claus will arrive and will greet children with treats at his headquarters next to the post office. There will also be treats for everyone in attendance as members of the Sublette Business Association will provide cookies and beverages.
Ellie Rae’s Boutique, Furniture Overload, and Local Cup and Cake, all located in the Village Mall, will be open during the evening. Main Street Repair owners will also have their showroom open to welcome visitors.
“Christmas in the Village” is always the highlight of the Christmas season in Sublette. Families are invited to come and enjoy a festive evening. If you plan to attend, bring a donation of food and toys that will then be given to the needy at Christmas.
Visitors are also encouraged to sign up for a drawing of free gifts.
Sublette open for Small Business Saturday
SUBLETTE – The Saturday after Thanksgiving has been designated “Small Business Saturday.” Since the village of Sublette is a small town with small businesses, the Sublette business community is inviting everyone to shop in Sublette on Nov. 25.
Most of the village’s stores and shops will be open that day to welcome shoppers. Those planning to be open include Local Cup and Cake, Ellie Rae’s Boutique, Furniture Overload, Bonnell’s General Store, Main Street Repair, Country Village Meats, La Fiesta, Sublette BP, Vaessen Brothers Chevrolet, Route 52 Roadhouse, Pioneer State Bank and Leffelman Insurance.
The Sublette Business Association is urging people to take the opportunity and do some Christmas shopping in Sublette.
Sublette Business Assoc. meets
SUBLETTE – Members of the Sublette Business Association gathered recently for its quarterly meeting. The meeting was hosted by Main Street Repair in its showroom.
The group discussed moving the digital sign to a new location at the corner of U.S. Route 52 and Inlet Road. This will be completed before the end of the year.
President David Howell reviewed the new businesses that have opened in Sublette recently. He noted this has been a very good year for the village. Howell will be moving from the area soon, so Steve Klein will serve as the president of the association until the next election.
Following the meeting, Anthony Morgan, co-owner of Main Street Repair, discussed the operations of the business and thanked the community for the support they have received. He also gave tours of their facility.
The next meeting will be the annual meeting and election of officers in January 2018.