Christmas in Springboro Kicks Off the 2022 Holiday Season


Springboro Festival's Committee Member Susan Cooper stopped at the American Grille's Food Truck to get a quick photo with everyone's favorite Elf!

SPRINGBORO, OH -- It was another successful Christmas in Springboro as thousands of people came out into the cold to eat, drink, shop and be merry. 

Despite the chill this young couple seemed to be enjoying the food and each other's company.

The Historic Christmas in Springboro Festival is hosted by Springboro Community Foundation, a 501c-3 non-profit. The money raised from the festival goes back into the Springboro Community through donations to local charities.

Kettle Corn was giving out free samples. And, if you find you still have cravings for the sweet treat, they will be set up at the Christmas Horse Carriage Parade Dec., 3 in Lebanon, OH.

This year the foundations hopes to surpass its 2021 donation of $12,000 back into the community.

Lox Beauty owner/stylist Laura Bosse (right) with Riley Franklin, one of Lox stylist, didn't let the cold bother them. Instead they used it to their advantage to model their santa hats.

There are three charities that are being sponsored this year by the foundation. The are:

Getting ready for their first ice skating experience.

Along with food and shopping, there were many children's activities such as the children's tent, a parade with Santa and Mrs. Claus and ice skating.

Bailey enjoyed serving the weekend festival goers who stopped in at Heather's for and adult beverage or some hot chocolate .

The festival is now into its 35th year and draws about 68,000 people to its three day event. 

The vendors said even though it was chilly, it didn't stop the shoppers.."and it is a Christmas festival," laughed this vendor.

 If you would like to learn more about Christmas in Springboro or get involved visit

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