A Photo Journey of Christmas in Liberty County
We invited one of our favorite tourism photographers, Tammy Lee Bradley of Visit the South to pay Liberty County another visit, and she took the time to come during the height of all the Christmas festivities the first weekend in December. She was ensconced in holiday spirit the entire time, traveling from Hinesville to Sunbury and everywhere in between. These photos are Christmas magic if we’ve ever seen it!
Her first stop was at the City of Hinesville Christmas Tree Lighting. Bradwell Park was turned into a mini Christmas wonderland with a beautiful tree, dancers dressed in their best winter attire and costumed holiday characters. Over in the Hinesville Area Arts Council Gallery, visitors were able to view gingerbread houses submitted for the competition hosted by the Hinesville Rotary Club.
The next night was the 20th Annual Illuminated Christmas Parade, themed as “Christmas in your PJs.” Floats, marching bands, soldiers, Shriners and more filled General Screven and Main Street for a night filled with family-friendly entertainment.
Saturday was bursting with events, starting with the 10th Annual Christmas in the Park. Arts and crafts, kids activities, a petting zoo, photos with Santa and holiday shopping filled the area with Christmas cheer.
The Dorchester Village Civic Center showcased beautifully decorated homemade goods and crafts at their annual Christmas Bazaar.
Brewer’s Christmas Tree Farm was busy, busy, busy that day. Many families in Liberty County have made a visit to Brewer’s a tradition for over 30 years. Brewer’s has officially sold out of trees and closed for the season. Find out more here.
The celebration at Fort Morris State Historic Site provided visitors a chance to experience Christmas with a Colonial flair.
Christmas is truly a wonderful time of the year in Liberty County. We believe Tammy Lee Bradley captured the community spirit and holiday warmth perfectly. We hope you enjoyed this photo journey. Find more pictures, info and videos of Tammy’s visits click here and follow her on Instagram here.
-Amanda Scott, Program Manager for the Liberty County CVB
-All Photos by Tammy Lee Bradley
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