10am-4pm: HAY RIDES at Veteran’s Park. $5 per person. Weather permitting.
9:30-11am: VISIT WITH SANTA upstairs at the Fire Station. Get there a little early to see Santa arrive by fire engine.
10am-noon: SANTA’S VILLAGE – Ogunquit Village School. Visit Santa’s Village to see the elves at work! Take advantage of photo ops and enjoy refreshments. $3 per person or $10 for a family of four!
10am-3pm: BASEMENT BAZAAR downstairs at the Dunaway Center. Can’t figure out what to get for that hard-to-buy-for person? Find a little bit of everything and something for everyone at this bazaar.
10am-3pm: ANNUAL ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW at the Fire Station. Proceeds benefit Ogunquit Fire Rescue.
10:30am-1pm: THE “GIVING TREE” SILENT AUCTION – down stairs at the Dunaway Center. Theme-decorated artificial trees have been donated by local businesses and individuals, to be silent auctioned. Be sure to bid on the popular lottery tree! Proceeds go to Hospice of York.
11am-3pm: MIXED CARGO at Gypsy Sweethearts. Original artwork, fine crafts, and high quality jewelry made by Michele Stiviletta, Coleen Forde and local craft-persons. Floating candle holders, Cooley berry raspberry jam, and Gypsy Sweethearts Sweatshirts.
11am-1:30pm: TASTE THE SEASON (Chowderfest) upstairs at the Dunaway Center. Taste a variety of foods(including chowder) from local dining establishments. Bring a donation for our local food pantry or animal shelter. VIP early admission at 11am: $15 Regular admission beginning at 11:30am: $10. Check visitogunquit.org for updates on participants!
11am-4pm:MEET THE ARTIST at Abacus (213 Main Street). Come meet Dana Heacock, the artist behind the Abacus calendar. Stop in to say hello, get your calendar signed and view more of Dana’s artwork.
12noon-1pm: HOLIDAY STORYTELLING downstairsat Ogunquit Baptist Church. Local storyteller Diana Abbott will read seasonal stories to the little ones!
1pm: POLAR PLUNGE Main Beach. Come see our Ogunquit Ocean Rescue Service “bear” the elements and perform their Polar Plunge into the ice cold Atlantic on Ogunquit Beach! The Ogunquit Ocean Rescue Service is raising money/toys for Toys For Tots.Please come down to help support their cause and root them on!
1-5pm:OPEN HOUSE at Ogunquit Heritage Museum. 18th century decorations, special Santa and angel exhibit, menorah exhibit and holiday refreshments.
2-3pm: KIDS’ ORNAMENT MAKING AND COOKIE DECORATING downstairs at Ogunquit Baptist Church. We’ll bring the supplies; kids bring the creativity!
2-5pm:WINE TASTING – Village Food Market.
3-4pm:CHRISTMAS PARADE – Main Beach to Perkins Cove. Presented by the Village Spirit Committee. Weather permitting.
3-6pm:WINE TASTING – Perkins & Perkins Fine Wine, Food & Gifts, 478 Main Street. Wines for the holiday table and gift giving. Special discounts during the tasting.
4-5pm: WANDERING MINSTREL in Perkins Cove. Wandering in and out of the shops in Perkins Cove, this traditional minstrel will delight you with familiar and traditional Christmas songs.
4pm or following the Christmas Parade: TREE LIGHTING &CAROLING at Perkins Cove. We’ll be rockin’ around the Christmas tree with caroling, cider and cookies in the Cove! Weather permitting.
5-6:30pm:SANTA’S VILLAGE – Ogunquit Village School. Visit Santa’s Village to see the elves at work! Take advantage of photo ops and enjoy refreshments. $3 per person or $10 for a family of four!
6:30pm:LIVING MANGER – at Ogunquit Baptist Church. Beautifully performed by members of Ogunquit Baptist Church, this living nativity reminds us of the true meaning of Christmas. Weather permitting.
7-8pm: CONCERT “Melodies &Memories” Barbershop Quartet at Ogunquit Baptist Church. This quartet will delight you with seasonal favorites, lead a sing-a-long, and teach a little about harmony.