A Dickens Christmas
Living Windows
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Historic Downtown Warrensburg, Missouri
Hosted by Warrensburg Main Street
call 660-429-3988 or 660-429-0111 for more information
Step back in time and watch as artisans work in shop windows around town and produce their craft right before your very eyes.  Enjoy carolers and
actors entertaining you with song and good cheer.   Eat at one of our unique restaurants and shop at our speciality boutiques. Musicians will play and
entertain in businesses around town.  Plan to bring the family and walk back in time and enjoy a Dickens of a Christmas in beautiful, historic
Warrensburg, Missouri.  Stop by any shop for a map and a friendly greeting from our Merchants.  










Special Performances & Events Schedule:

Carolers
throughout the day on streets and going inside businesses, singing provided by UCM Students and Warrensburg  Carolers
Meet
Scrooge, Old Drum Gallery & Trading Co. throughout the day at 128 N. Holden Street and sidewalk in front of shop
Wassail English Drink throughout the day, The Stone House, 113 E. Pine Street
10:00 am- 5:00 pm-
True English Ladies will greet you and read from A Christmas Carol, Molly’s, 115 N. Holden Street
10:00 am-5:00 pm-
Free Horse Drawn Wagon Rides at the north courthouse lawn in front of Criminal Justice Center
11:00 am – Noon,
Warrensburg Recorder Consort performing at Central Band & Piano, 110 E. Market Street
11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Ukulele Player, Linda Bales, 2 sets of music, La Sous Terre, 101 W. Pine Street
11:00 am – 12:00 noon,
The New Century Dulcimer Ensemble performs at Fitters, 131 West Pine Street
12:00 noon -1:00 pm,
Warrensburg Recorder Consort performing at Heroes, 107 W. Pine
1:00 pm- 3:00pm
-Askew Theater Group, courthouse lawn, Radio Style Reading of A Christmas Carol
1:00 pm-2:00 pm, Ryan Todd,
Readings from A Christmas Carol, Blackadder, 121 N. Holden St.
1:30 pm-2:30 pm-
The New Century Dulcimer Ensemble performs at Central Band & Piano, 110 E. Market Street
Time to be Announced
Celtic Harps, Heroes, 107 W. Pine
Time to be Announced
Celtic Harps, Fitters, 131 West Pine Street
3:45 pm -
Tree Decorating, by the Early Childhood Opportunity Center's Children, Courthouse Lawn, Note: Ornaments Created by the
Children!
4:00 pm -
Tree Lighting Ceremony & Caroling, Courthouse lawn


Businesses
Show-Me-Cupcakes, at Old Drum Gallery & Trading Co
.  128 N. Holden Street
Handpainted Porcelain Dept. 56 Dickens Village Collectables.  Items are priced to sell, Java Junction, 112 N. Holden Street
Photos with Father Christmas, Timeless Reflections Photography Studio, 118 W. Pine 10:00 am-5:00 pm
Merry Christmas Open House!,  Rockn’ Sports, 113 N. Holden Street

Artists’ Business Locations 10:00 am- 5:00 pm

North Holden Street
Jewelry
, Regie Cornell , Euphoria Salon, 319 N. Holden Street
Blackwater Literary Society , Brown’s Shoe Fit,213 N. Holden Street
Charcoal Artist, Courtney Hunt, Freeride Bike Shop, 208 N. Holden Street  
Quilters Group, Old Drum Coffee Shop,  211 N.  Holden Street
Wood Carver, Mike Kelly, Old Drum Gallery & Trading Co., 128 N. Holden Street
Colored Pencil Artist, Jodi Harsch, Salvation Army, 123 N. Holden Street
Spinning and Knitting, Donna Witbeck, Blackadder, 121 N. Holden St.
J
ohnson County Historical Society Information table,119 N. Holden Street
Steam Punk & Fused Jewelry, Penny & Chelci Gearhiser, Java Junction, 112 N. Holden Street
Farmers’ Market, Warrensburg Main Street, 111 N. Holden Street
•        Jan Evans, Handmade Crafts, Baked Goods
•        Buckeye Acres, Produce
•        Elizabeth Socolofsky-Howe, Pottery
•        Sue’s Custom Crafts
South Holden Street
Fiber Art,
Holli Burge, Impulse Boutique, 105 S. Holden Street just across the railroad tracks

East Culton Street
The Merry Cobbler
, Mel Miller, D&M Shoe Repair, 111 E. Culton Street

East Pine Street
Drawing/ Painting
, Andrea Badger, Scrappin’ Oasis, 113 E. Pine Street
Collage Paintings, Christian Ward, The Stone House, 133 E. Pine Street

West Pine Street
Train Art
, Robert Vollrath, Dean Williamson Furniture, 106 W. Pine Street
UCM Printmakers under the direction of Christian Cutler, Inks & Images, 108 W. Pine Street
Writer/Author, Marjorie Jackson, Central Logo, 125 W. Pine Street
Weaver, Cheyenne Zeiment  & Spinner, Tom Schalue, The Art Store, 120 W. Pine  Street
Caricatures, Penelope Marth,  Rudy’s Frame Shop, 122 W. Pine Street
About the Event

Schedule of Events  for Dickens Christmas
Living Windows
Downtown Warrensburg, Missouri
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Artists Locations and Schedule of Events
Look For The Gold Bows at Each Location!