Dec. 6 – Soup & Sweet Stroll in Downtown Oxford

Dec. 6 – Soup & Sweet Stroll in Downtown Oxford

Oxford, Michigan – The Oxford Downtown Development Authority/Main Street is celebrating the holidays in downtown Oxford. The Annual Soup & Sweet Stroll will take place on Friday, December 6th 6:00 to 8:30 pm. Visitors can purchase wristbands ($5/adult and $10/family) from 5:45 pm until 7:45 pm in Centennial Park then stroll from restaurant to restaurant and store to store tasting Oxford’s signature hors d’oeuvres, soups, and sweet baked goods.

Downtown Oxford restaurants are invited to make a signature soup or sweet to share with visitors. Downtown Oxford businesses are invited and encouraged to participate by staying open late, offering specials, and setting up outside to serve pre-packaged treats.

This year’s event includes a visit with Santa Claus, petting farm, strolling carolers, and performances from the Oxford Community Schools Choirs. The highlight of the evening is a tree lighting at 8:00pm in Centennial Park.

Event Schedule:

5:45 pm Ticket Sales start in Centennial Park $5/adult or $10/family – Cash Only

6:00 – 8:00 pm Soup And Sweets on Washington Street

6:00 – 8:00 pm Petting Zoo & Santa Visit Centennial Park

6:00 – 7:00 pm Oxford High School Choir Students Strolling Carolers

7:00 – 7:20 pm Oxford High School Choir Soloists and VE perform under the direction of Christopher Card

7:25 – 7:35 pm Oxford Middle School Choir performs under the direction of Jan Flynn

7:40 – 7:50 pm Clear Lake, Oxford Elementary School, Lakeville and Leonard Super Singers perform under the direction of Peggy Mueller and Stephanie Miconi

7:50 – 8:00 pm Community Sing-Along Oxford High School American Sign Language students perform under the direction of Christie DeSano with Super Singers and audience.

8:00 pm Tree Lighting


This year’s Soup & Sweet Stroll generously presented by Genisys Credit Union and sponsored by Oxford Community Bank.


About the Oxford Downtown Development Authority:

As an Oakland County Main Street Community, the Oxford Downtown Development Authority/Main Street consists of nine volunteer board members and four committees whose mission is to promote, develop, and preserve downtown Oxford. For more information on the Oxford DDA, or to learn more about volunteer opportunities, visit

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