Christmas in Goffstown Village is a beautiful time of year. After the tree lighting occurs around the first of the month at Friday Night Under the Lights, the Town Common is lit up in a dazzling arrangement of lights. Every tree and shrub is adorned in festive twinkle lights.
I took a little stroll through the Village to see the shops along Main Street all decked out in lights. Some of the window displays are also very nice! Although it looks like night time, let’s be real. This was like 5:00-5:30 in the afternoon. This time of year is just so bleak! But the holiday lights really help to make it feel cheery in such a dark season.
The wreaths and white icicle lights at Main Street Eye Care are always some of my favorite decorations each year. It just looks so classy, combined with the beautiful black building with gold trim. Such a great looking building!
Goffstown Main Street Program has bounced around locations quite a bit in the past few years, and its current space is next to Alpha’s Barbershop. Their window looks so beautiful this year!
Apotheca Flowers always looks gorgeous in all seasons. For the holidays they are decked out with wreaths, and swags of greenery.
This is one of my favorite photos of the evening. I love the way Alpha’s Barbershop looks lit up as viewed from across the street, and framed with a twinkle light tree branch.
The Congregational Church of Goffstown is a focal point of Main Street, and looks beautiful as viewed through the lights on the Common.
The famous historic popcorn stand may be closed for the season, but the Lion’s Club keeps it looking festive with colorful lights for the holidays. They sold out of all their Christmas trees in two days flat this year.
Night Owl Quilting Studio features a full Christmas tree in their window, surrounded by white twinkle lights and dangling ornaments.
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