A chill in the air and the crunch of leaves underfoot can only mean one thing: fall is here. And that means holiday festivities are right around the corner! 

A chill in the air and the crunch of leaves underfoot can only mean one thing: fall is here. And that means holiday festivities are right around the corner! 

With so many things to do in Clinton County at the holidays, there’s no better time to be out and about. From pop-up shops to parties, we’ve got fun for the whole family. And, this year’s events are all focused on creating an atmosphere that is fun – and safe, following COVID-19 protocols. Mark your calendars now—you definitely don’t want to miss out!

Winter Market by Main Street Wilmington

Saturday, November 21

Grab a warm drink and make your way to Main Street in Downtown Wilmington for some local holiday shopping. From noon to 6 p.m., a mix of established businesses and pop-up shops will occupy several vacant storefronts throughout the area. This way, patrons can avoid crowds and shop a bit more safely.

Holidays at the Creek

Saturday, November 21 & Sunday, November 22, 2020

If you love giving friends and family one-of-a-kind gifts, you’ve got to stop by Holidays at the Creek. For two days only, 45 vendors from across the state will sell their wares under one roof—at The Caesar Creek Flea Market. Plus, a 50/50 drawing and raffle baskets will help raise money for local non-profit, HoHo Shop.

15th Annual Wilmington Turkey Trot

Sunday, November 22 – Sunday, November 29, 2020

What if I said you could fill up on turkey and carbs on Thanksgiving Day and skip the guilt? Well, it’s possible when you do the Wilmington Turkey Trot! With this year’s race going virtual, it’s never been easier to participate. Not only can you run (or walk) the race from the comfort of home, but you also have a week to get over the finish line. Sign up here.

TinCap’s 4th Annual Channel the Flannel Party

Saturday, November 28, 2020

Don your best flannel apparel and head to TinCap for the winery’s annual holiday soiree. Enjoy festive cocktails, food from Kutz Grill, country music from Jim Burns, and a bunch o’ beards! Yep, you read that right. Fellas growing out their facial hair for No Shave November can compete for the title Best Beard and a prize.

These events and attractions only come around once a year, so be sure to clear your schedule! 

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