You are here

Avery Seams, 9, of Frankfort, is seen finishing her letter to Santa Saturday, Dec. 1, before placing it in the mailbox that will send it to the North Pole. The mail service was available to children during Christkindl Weekend in Frankfort. Rochelle McAuliffe/22nd Century Media
St. Nicholas spent the afternoon of Dec. 1 distributing gifts of chocolate to the people of Downtown Frankfort before leading the evening’s Lantern Parade.
Danielle Blaylock (far left), an employee of the Frankfort Home Depot, assists Reese Bay (middle), 3, and Seamus McCormack (right), 4, along with their mothers Kassie Bay and Cate McCormack, to create abominable snowman ornaments Saturday, Dec. 1, during Christkindl Weekend in Frankfort. Photos by Rochelle McAuliffe/22ndCentury Media
Ashley McLaughlin (right), 13,of New Lenox, smiles as she decorates cookies at Kernel Sweetooth with her friend Elise Slykas, 7, of Frankfort.
Rochelle McAuliffe, Freelance Reporter
4:40 pm CST December 3, 2018

With the calendar flipped to December and the tree at Breidert Green brightly aglow, it is that time once again to get into the spirit of the season.

While inclement weather might have altered plans for the big holiday celebration, the Christkindl market in Historic Downtown Frankfort Saturday, Dec. 1, was still a merry good time.