To kick off the day they started with a small parade with the Buckeye High School Marching Band and Santa on a horse drawn carriage. The parade started off at Samoskys and ended at the Depot.
A view form our the window where we were set up inside Samosky's Pizzeria.
Santa making his way to the Depot, where he stayed from 1pm- 5pm for pictures. There were also cookies and punch available at the Depot.
Our tables at Samosky's Pizzeria.
We had our pasta, jams, jellies, bread, gift baskets, personalized Christmas ornaments, and veggies (spicy salad mix, lettuce and greens salad mix, lettuce and romaine salad mix, kale, mixed greens, carrots, turnips, radishes, pac choi, mustard greens, and arugula).
Samosky's had cookie decorating for the kids, and pizza by the slice and bakery available for everyone!
Horse drawn carriage rides around the town were available,
donations for the ride went to support a local animal sanctuary.
So if you missed the fun this year, you will have to mark your calendars for next year, same time, same week, same location, Christmas in the Valley at Valley City.
From everyone at Real Veggies Farm:
April, Frank, Ed, and Sandy