It's a date that kids and adults look forward to each year.  The Uptown Butte Christmas Stroll which will be taking place this year on Friday, December 1.  In addition to the abundance of activity Uptown that we have come to expect, like the tree lighting ceremony and the parade of lights, the Elks Lodge on Galena Street has added many different activities and events that afternoon and evening that you and your family are sure to enjoy including a craft fair and plenty of live music.

The doors open at 3pm with the craft and vendors fair with over 20 booths expected to be running.  The live musical performances will start at 4:45 with the Butte High/East Middle School Choir, the Butte High School Orchestra, the Montana Tech Pep Band and the Butte Central Pep Band.  At 7:45, Santa Claus will make his grand entrance and there will be complimentary hot chocolate for the kids while supplies last.  The evening will wrap up with live music from Russell Nelson starting at 8:30pm.  Nelson will be pulling a double-duty of sorts as he is the director of the incredibly entertaining Butte Central contingent whose set is made up of many popular rock and pop songs.

The Butte Elks Lodge 240 is located at 206 W. Galena Street and is a great place for small parties, big receptions and everything in between.  They have a commercial-sized kitchen and would love to talk to you about hosting your next event.  Call The Butte Elks at (406) 782-3278 for further information and hall availability.

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