The 40th Annual Christmas Stroll in Downtown Great Falls unfolded on Friday, December 1, 2023, captivating the city along Central Avenue from 5 PM to 9 PM.

This year's theme, "Cowboy Christmas," brought a unique Western charm to the festivities, offering an unforgettable experience for all who attended.

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Families and friends converged upon the heart of the city, eager to immerse themselves in the holiday spirit.

The stroll featured usual fan favorites like the Great Falls Fire Rescue's stuffed peppers and the Polar Plunge to benefit the Special Olympics.  Shops downtown kept their doors open late to welcome people with warm drinks and holiday deals.

The iconic Stroll Button, priced at a nominal $5, served as a keepsake and a pass to access various attractions throughout the evening.  This year's button was created by artist Julia Weir and featured a longhorn with a wreath and ornaments.

The success of the 40th Annual Christmas Stroll wasn't just about the activities or the theme; it was about fostering a sense of unity and celebration within the community.

It provided a platform for families, friends, and neighbors to come together and create lasting memories in the spirit of the season.

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The event's aftermath resonates with a shared sentiment of joy and camaraderie. Attendees reminisce about the laughter, the warmth, and the collective embrace of the holiday spirit that permeated every corner of Downtown Great Falls that night.

As the memories of the 40th Annual Christmas Stroll linger, it stands as a testament to the power of community and the magic of the season.

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It reinforced the significance of coming together, celebrating traditions, and creating moments that will be treasured for years to come.

40th Annual Downtown Great Falls Christmas Stroll

40th Annual Downtown Great Falls Christmas Stroll 

Gallery Credit: Great Falls Montana Tourism

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Cowboy Christmas

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