Take a Stroll this Friday in historic Uptown Butte

It’s official the street corners of Park and Main and Historic Uptown Butte are decorated with their annual Christmas decorations, meaning the Christmas season has officially arrived as the Mining City is gearing up for its annual Uptown Butte Christmas Stroll.

As the holiday season approaches, Uptown Butte is gearing up to host its much-anticipated Christmas Stroll, a festive event that promises to bring joy and merriment to locals and visitors alike.

Set against the backdrop of the Mining City’s rich history and charming architecture, the Christmas Stroll in Historic Uptown Butte is a beloved tradition that captures the spirit of the season. This year, the event is scheduled to take place this Friday December 1st offering a delightful evening of holiday cheer and community celebration.

Stroll into the Elks on Friday December 1st for Uptown Butte’s Annual Christmas Stroll. The doors will open at 3pm to a wonderful craft/vendor fair with 20+ incredibly talented vendors.

Live performances start at 4:45pm and will include Butte High School/East Choir, Butte High School Orchestra, Montana Tech Band, Dance Corp and Butte Centrals Pep Band.

SANTA will make his grand entrance at 7:45pm to see ALL the kiddos!  We will have complimentary hot cocoa for the kiddos while supplies last!

Finishing the night out will be Russ Nelson making his debut at the Elks for a fun filled night of music and dancing starting at 8:30pm.

In the spirit of the season, the Christmas Stroll also serves as an opportunity to support and celebrate the local community. By patronizing Uptown Butte’s businesses and artisans, attendees can contribute to the vitality of the area while discovering one-of-a-kind gifts and goods.

The event serves as a reminder of the importance of supporting small businesses and fostering a sense of togetherness within the community. We will attach a flyer of those vendors in this story below.



It’s a great time to get out and about and experience the joy of the holiday season firsthand.

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