Brighton began to clear out at 5pm on Christmas Eve. Some restaurants on Main Street remained open until 10pm but the shops were dark. Below are some peeks through windows and around downtown to give you the flavor of our small town still dressed for the Holidays even though the shoppers are gone.
Birds will remain hungry until the Wildernest store reopens December 26th. The snow on the millpond is painted with festive reds and greens:
The Old Village Townhall stands beside the millpond dam and hears the Christmas music all day long while the Yum Yum Tree won’t be creating any sundaes for another day:
Twinkling lights flash in a burning bush and tiny lights turn the snow into their vivid colors in front of the Lion’s Den, a meeting place for the local Optimist Club:
The manikins at the Ready Boutique are already dressed to party on New Year’s Eve, but a few cuddly plush animals didn’t find buddies by Christmas at the Sassafras gift shop: