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There are Great Things To See and Do During O’Tannenbaum Days this Weekend in Jasper.

O’Tannenbaum Days will kick off tomorrow evening and will continue through Sunday.

The huge, lighted Christmas tree in the center of Jasper’s downtown square welcomes visitors, relatives, residents and friends to this annual Christmas celebration.  Lights have been strung from the Dubois County Courthouse to the tops of the surrounding buildings. Many of the downtown businesses also have perimeter lights outlining the tops of their buildings.

Shops in the city are ready for shoppers with gift ideas and window displays full of decorations.  Potpourri, treats, carriage rides, Santa Claus in his special house, and a large variety of artists and artisans are in the stores to greet you with demonstrations of their special skills.

Area merchants are all ready with lots of great ideas for gifts and decorations, featured artists and fun, too.

Many many events will highlight the next three days throughout the Jasper community in fact too numerous to mention.

So for a complete listing of events, head to our radio partner WBDC’s website at   

Also most hotels in Jasper and Dubois County are offering Olde World Christmas lodging packages. For more information call the Jasper Chamber of Commerce at 812/482-6866 or the Dubois County Visitors Center at 812-482-9115 or 800-968-4578.  You can also visit visitors center’s website at

Once again for a complete list of this weekend’s events go to our radio partner WBDC’s website at

O’Tannenbaum Days is funded through a cooperative effort of the Greater Downtown Jasper Business Association, the Jasper Chamber of Commerce and the Dubois County Visitors Center.

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