Hometown Holidays


2020 Hometown Holidays Reimagined

Following the Clay County Public Health Center guidelines for mass gatherings and events, we will not host Hometown Holidays in the typical way. But the spirit of the holidays is not lost! We have several virtual and socially distanced activities planned for the whole family to enjoy during the month of December. 

Write A Letter to Santa

Santa’s mailbox and a North Pole photo op will be set up next to the giant tree at City Hall starting the week of December 7. Santa will also be reading few letters in the Hometown Holidays Facebook event and may even respond to letters as time allows! Be sure to include a return address with your letter. Download a letter template online here »

Holiday Lights Tour

Are you decorating your home for the holidays? We want to know! Submit your address online here » 

The City's GIS team will compile all the locations for a Liberty-wide holiday lights tour. More addresses will be added over the next few weeks as they are received. You can view the map online here »

Holiday Shopping in Liberty

Liberty’s businesses need you now more than ever. When you’re shopping this holiday season, remember to shop local! The team at Visit Liberty, MO has compiled a few great gift guides to make your holiday shopping easy »

Downtown Passport Activity

Historic Downtown Liberty, Inc. will have a special activity running December 3-5 to help you explore Downtown Liberty. Pick up a passport card at the HDLI office (117 N Main Street, Suite B) and use the map to travel around the Downtown Business District, stop in participating businesses and complete all 8 of the challenges. Then head back to HDLI to turn in your complete passport, by 5 p.m. on December 5, to be entered to win gift cards and prizes from downtown merchants. BONUS! Get one bonus star for every purchase you make. Each star is an entry into the grand prize drawing. Winners will be notified the week of December 7.

Virtual Fun

Join in the fun on Facebook. Find the Facebook event on the Visit Liberty, MO page and share your holiday traditions. We will be posting fun videos throughout December.