Win the Battle of the Christmas Lights in Hamilton

It’s Hamilton’s own version of a Christmas “Light Fight” with the less combative title of “Community Christmas Decorating Contest”. Mayor Dominic Farrenkopf recently outlined the brief instructions for those wishing to enter their lawn and home in the City of Hamilton competition.

First, the house must be within the city limits of Hamilton and you will need to complete an official registration form – available at Hamilton City Hall at 223 South 2nd Street or online at City of Hamilton official website. Entries must be received by December 17th. Judging will take place between December 17 and 20, and the winner will be announced at the regular Hamilton City Council meeting on December 21.

By the way, if you notice an exhibit in town that you think is exceptional, you can name it, even if it’s not your creation. Just get an official registration form, mark the line that asks if the display is yours, make sure you give a correct address and enter it. Already, displays have popped up everywhere, even on the roof of the Bitterroot Aquatic Center.

Judges will be the current Hamilton City Council – Jenny West, Claire Kemp, Kristi Bielski, Robin Pruitt, Rod Pogachar and Dan Mitchell – and Mayor Farrenkopf.

A holiday door. (Steve Fullerton, Townsquare Media)

By the way, a few Christmas activities this week – the Hamilton High School group has an outdoor show at Steve’s Christmas Tree Grounds at the Albertson parking lot on Wednesday at 4 p.m., if the weather is right. allow. Steve has donated thousands of dollars to the music department through tree sales over the years. Then, Thursday at Corvallis, the annual Christmas tree lighting will take place on Thursday, December 2 at 6 p.m. The tree is at the north end of the main drag in Corvallis, and there will be food, music, and lights.

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