Nashua’s Downtown ‘Winter Holiday Stroll’ is Happening Saturday, November 30th

Nashua’s annual Winter Holiday Stroll is Saturday, November 30th and recognized as the largest community event of the year in southern New Hampshire. More than 35,000 people attend this day of family fun, music, food and holiday cheer.

The evening kicks off at 4:30 p.m. with a candlelit procession up Main Street, beginning at City Hall. Upon arrival in Railroad Square, the city’s official Christmas tree is lit. There will be a singalong of seasonal songs at the tree that visitors are invited to join.

Stroll around and enjoy the live entertainment, sample offerings from street vendors, dine in downtown’s fine restaurants, and ‘Shop Small’ at our unique specialty shops and boutiques. Enjoy live bands, holiday choirs (both religious and secular), street performers, and all kinds of food, entertainment and kids’ activities – including a visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus!

This free annual tradition is fun for all ages! Don’t miss the Winter Holiday Stroll on Saturday, November 30th.

For more information and the complete schedule of live performances, visit: