Ring in the Holidays at the Depot!

It’s that time of year and we are excited to join forces with our Depot neighbors, R.S. Monger and Sons and Herr and Company to host an extra special holiday party and First Friday event! Mark your calendars and plan to stop by the Depot on Friday, December 2nd between 5-7 pm to partake in the festivities.

Ring in the holidays at the Depot!

The holiday spirit will be celebrated and shared as we listen to live music performed by Red Wing Academy, share our wish lists with Santa himself, and shop from local vendors. The festivities are numerous and will be held on both the second and first floors of the Depot. Santa will be on the first floor and available for you to take your own photos with. We have a long list of creators and guests who will help us ring in the holiday spirit. The pop-up gallery on the second floor will feature original artwork and handmade gifts from Saloma Furlong, Mae Stoll, Laurence Heine, and Lynn Adams.

Red Wing Academy will share holiday music upstairs.
Don’t miss out on visiting with Santa!

As always, this event is free and open to everyone! Food and refreshments will be provided. Visit the event page and RSVP here.

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