2020 Big Sky Christmas Stroll: Staying Safe, Open & Strong This Holiday Season

In the interest of our public’s safety and continuing to slow the spread of COVID-19 the annual Big Sky Christmas Stroll will look very different this year. We are asking all of our merchants and neighbors to not host the traditional large gatherings and packed holiday parties of years past. That being said, Town Center, Meadow Village Center, Westfork Meadows, Visit Big Sky and our community partners are not about to let the holiday lights go out on 22+ years of Big Sky tradition.

The 23rd Annual Big Sky Christmas Stroll is scheduled for December 7-13. This year’s event will feature a variety of festive online offerings and in person activities focusing on community, giving and the holiday spirit. Check back here for more info coming soon.

🎁 Santa’s Visit Big Sky Holiday Checklist (Santa’s checklist of safe ways to get out and enjoy Big Sky responsibly this holiday. Families or small groups of <6 are invited to pick activities from Santa’s list, post photos/videos and tag #VisitBigSky for a chance to be featured.)

🎁 Holiday Film Festival presented by Arts Council of Big Sky (Curated YouTube playlists for families and adults to view all week long.)

🎁 Big Sky Virtual Kitchen: Christmas Stroll Special (Holiday themed cooking shows presented by local celebrity chefs. Community can pre purchase ingredients from local partner businesses, tune in and cook along all week long.)

🎁 A Christmas Carol By Manual Cinema presented by WMPAC (The world premier of Manual Cinema’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’s holiday classic that viewers can tune in and watch from the comfort of their homes. Dec. 12 at 6 PM.)

🎁 Holiday Pop-up Card Workshop presented by Arts Council of Big Sky (Artist Megan Buecking will lead an all ages holiday card making workshop to be sent to friends and family members who have been separated by the pandemic. Card kits can be reserved in advance though the Arts Council.)

🎁 Christmas Toy Drive presented by The Big Sky Fire Dept. (Drop off unwrapped gifts for infants through age 16 through Dec. 12 at the Big Sky Fire Station 1 for the Hope & The Holidays event.)

🎁 Ugly Sweater Photo Contest (Post your best ugly sweater photos for a chance to win prizes from local businesses.)

🎁 Christmas Stroll Scavenger Hunt (Visit participating businesses all week long to get clues and win prizes.)

🎁 Holiday Art Walk presented by the Arts Council of Big Sky (All week long enjoy various public art installations that have been specially decorated for the holidays.)

🎁 Holiday Display Contest (Admire and vote on your favorite window displays by local businesses and residents.)

🎁 Giving Tree presented by Big Sky Rotary Club (Make a gift donation to this wonderful program that provides gifts and Christmas dinner for local families in need.)

🎁 BSCO’s Winter Parks & Trails Event (Dec. 11 from 5-7 PM at the Community Park yurt warming hut. Enjoy a self guided moonlit nordic ski, snowshoe or fat bike on BSCO’s extensive trail system linking Meadow Village, Town Center, Westfork and beyond.)

🎁 Santosha Wellness Center Holiday Sale (All week long enjoy their holiday sale items at 10%-40% off, hospitality, selfie photo booth, and share your pics to enter their prize drawing)

Check back here or Big Sky Town Center’s Facebook page for the latest event updates, including our Stroll Guide coming soon. Please enjoy Big Sky responsibly this holiday season and help us to stay safe, open and strong. For more info please contact us at info@bigskytowncenter.com or 406-570-6579.

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