Photos: the magic of Roscoe's Hometown Holiday


Maria Sovina decorates an ornament at R&L Ceramics during Roscoe's Hometown Holidays Community Celebration on Dec. 10, 2022.

The fourth annual Hometown Holiday Community Celebration lit up the evening of Saturday, Dec. 10.

Oliver and Coby Stiffler wrote letters to Santa in the Roscoe Village Hall. Mrs. Santa (right) helped.
Kaplan Keister told Santa what he is wishing for this Christmas. Santa was stationed at Jim Blevins State Farm office.
Charlotte Ingle sat on the back of a vintage State Farm Truck that was decked out for the holidays.
Three flute players from Roscoe Middle School earned enthusiastic applause.
Nollie Mikel visited with the Grinch. We were informed that Roscoe Police kept a sharp eye on the green suspect, in case he tried to steal Christmas.

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Decorations and snacks and Jim Blevins State Farm
Jim Blevins State Farm hosted Santa Claus and the Lighting of the Tree.
Firehouse Pub offered snacks and coloring opportunities.
R&L Ceramics hosted a paint-your-own ornament event during the Hometown Holiday Celebration in Roscoe on Saturday.
Besides shopping opportunities, Meyer's Canine Colony provided a firepit and complete s'mores supplies.
Blackhawk Barbershop hosted a genuine barbershop quartet.
Diana Boelte helped lead music for RMS and Kinnikinnick.
Many Kinnikinnick and Roscoe Middle School musicians played brief solos.
Flute players come in all sizes and heights.
RMS students joined in several holiday musical ensembles.
Mrs. Carolyn Frieden directed the Hononegah choirs.
The Rockford Barbershop Chorus performed at several venues during Hometown Holidays.
Musical director Nicole Adams prepares to launch the Rockford Barbershop Chorale inside the Crazy Llama Brewing Company.
Rockford Barbershop Chorus members brought cheer to Benny's Slots Wine Spirits, even the one in Scroogish apparel.
Barbershop singing around the firepit outside Perfectly Seasoned.
Main Street Roscoe glowed during the Hometown Holiday Celebration.
Local businesses sponsored lighted trees along Main Street.
Lights along the bridge point toward the center of the Village of Roscoe.
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