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When is the event?
Saturday, December 3, 2022, from 3-7 p.m.
May I bring my pet?
No, pets are not allowed. Only animals that assist people with disabilities will be permitted. The tasks performed by a service animal must be directly related to the person’s disability. All service animals must remain on a leash or harness and may not be left unattended. Please make sure service animals are wearing all appropriate identifications and tags.
What are the parking arrangements and directions.
As parking is limited near the festival, in downtown Prosper, plan to park and ride the complimentary shuttle! Shuttles will run from Reynolds Middle School and Prosper High School to Town Hall beginning at 1:30 p.m. until approximately 8 p.m., until all passengers have been returned to the schools. More information can be found here.
ADA parking spaces are available on the west side of Town Hall. The ADA shuttle bus will run from Reynolds Middle School.
What is the inclement weather policy for the event?
The Prosper Christmas Festival is a rain or shine event. In the event of severe weather, the Town of Prosper officials will determine the status of the event. Should the event be canceled due to weather, details will be posted here, and the Town Facebook pages: Town of Prosper and Town of Prosper, Parks and Recreation.
Is there a charge for the event?
The event is free of charge and tickets are not required.
What shall I bring?
If your child plans to shop in the Kids Chrismas Shoppe, please bring cash in small bills to purchase gifts. Credit cards cannot be accepted. All proceeds from the Shoppe will benefit the Recreational Scholarship Fund which helps Prosper residents attend programs when they are financially unable to do so.
What is a Child ID bracelet?
Safety for the children attending our event is a top priority! For those that wish to participate, Child ID bracelets will be available at the Event Headquarters booth inside the festival grounds. The Child ID bracelets are free and are available for a parent or guardian to write their name and contact information. Sometimes age prevents children from sharing this critical information about their families and the bracelets help to reunite them. Questions about the Child ID bracelets may be directed to Brant Holland, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 972-569-1115.