Santa is Coming to Crestwood, December 5th

Santa arrived in Crestwood! Thank you for joining us for an afternoon and evening of holiday fun and giving! The weather was great (even if a tad chilly) and we hope everyone enjoyed the festivities.

If you could not attend, visit our Facebook page to view a photo gallery of the day’s events.



But Christmas in Crestwood is not over yet!
We still have three contests going on through the end of the year:

  1. Collect your Crestwood business receipts and enter the Shop Crestwood for the Holidays contest for a chance to win a Crestwood shopping spree currently valued over $2,100. Go to the Shop Crestwood Contest

  2. Santa visited all sorts of locations in Crestwood and he left us clues. Our Where’s Santa? Photographic Scavenger Hunt is underway. Follow the Clues to all of the places Santa visited, replicate the Clue Photo, and submit your entry for a chance at prizes currently valued over $3,400. Go to the Where's Santa Scavenger Hunt

  3. We know homework over the holidays isn’t on every kids wish list, but our Student Essay Contest could get you more than just a gold star. A student from one of three grade categories have the chance to win great prizes from Crestwood Bowl, Victory Raceway, Applebee’s, Imo’s and Culver’s.Go to the Student Essay Contest


Car Cruise

Santa Car Cruise

Our car cruise became the Classic Santa Car Parade with a myriad of decked out jeeps and cars that brought Santa and smiles to Crestwood. The parade featured Crestwood Fire and Police vehicles escorting Santa and an entourage of classic cars and decked out Jeeps. Spectators enjoyed the parade from their front yards or along a nearby street. The parade was well attended.


2021 Santa Car Cruise Route Map

2021 Santa Car Cruise Route Map:
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Food Drive

Goody Bag Food Exchange

After the parade, hundreds of families headed over to St. Raymond-St. Elizabeth Church, 1420 Sappington Road, to contribute to the Christmas in Crestwood annual food drive. Thanks to our generous Crestwood businesses, for each donation of five (or more) non-perishable food items, we were able to give one child’s goody bag brimming with great stuff. 200 Goody Bags were available on a first come basis.

2021 Santa Car Cruise Route Map

The Goody Bag Food Drive allows us to continue to support local food pantries while providing children with our traditional goody bag of Crestwood fun! Food items will be donated to the First Baptist Church of Crestwood Food Pantry and St. Raymond-St. Elizabeth Church’s Food Pantry.



Food Trucks

Food Trucks FOOD TRUCKS! Loot’s Lunch Cart and Roll-n-Stone Wood Fired Pizza were a hit. Attendees munched on delecious pizza, bread knots, sandwiches, appetizers, and more.


Fireworks

Fireworks

The evening was topped off with a spectacular fireworks display by Brilliant Skies Fireworks, sponsored by Tom Streib and Streib Company at 6:30 in the St. Raymond-St. Elizabeth Church ball field. Pick your favorite vantage point in Crestwood to enjoy a spectacular show while still appropriately social distancing.

Preceding the fireworks, the Christmas in Crestwood Jollification Specialists took a few moments to remember Sue Bremehr, our founder and leader who passed away on September 21, 2021 — to celebrate Sue’s life and dedication to Crestwood! You can read the message and commitment to continue Sue’s passion on our About page.

Special thank you to Brilliant Skies Fireworks for their bright and cheerful pyrotechnics again this year.