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Christmas Lights 2014: Grimsley's Jewelry

2013-12-05 - 102 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by CM Staff. Christmas in the Courthouse, the brainchild of Columbia's master impresario, Charles Grimsley, has been a runaway success. At last count, 33 vendors will be at the event, 9am-3pmCT, Saturday, December 7, 2013. The event is staged by the Adair Heritage Association and Downtown boosters, and is coordinated as part of the December 6-7-8, 2013 "Christmas in Columbia" celebration. Christmas in the Courthouse has become a destination event in itself. Yet another Charles Grimsley idea, Christmas Caroling preceding the arrival of the Chamber sponsored Parade Under the Lights, this year with a theme "Storybook Christmas" has huge promise this year, with the combined choirs of the Columbia Christian Church and Trinity United Methodist under the direction of CCC music director Dwayne Martin. Above a poster for Christmas in the Courthouse and an angelic herald adorn the window of Grimsley's Jewelry at 102 Public Square.
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