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Christmas in the neighbourhoods
Strasbourg, Capital of Christmas, is undoubtedly the bustling heart of the historic city center, adorned with its Grand Christmas tree, numerous chalets, and iconic illuminations. Yet, it extends just a few steps – or a short bike ride – to many diverse neighborhoods.
Chalets and Activities in the Neighborhoods
Neuhof-Meinau, Port du Rhin, Gare-Laiterie, Tribunal-Contades, ... Each neighborhood comes alive with the spirit of Christmas for an afternoon, a day, or an entire weekend. The agenda includes activities for children and families, creative workshops, Christmas tree decorating, refreshment stalls, charitable sales, shows, and concerts, all in collaboration with local associations and partners.
In collaboration with associative and cultural actors, festive activities are offered starting from November 28 in this neighborhood, just a few steps from your doorstep!
Gather around the citizen participation camper, specially decorated in Christmas colors, to experience festive and shared moments. From decoration workshops, cooking classes, readings, to performances and strolls, there's something for everyone.
- Tuesday, November 28, at Louise Scheppler School from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM: games and Christmas decoration crafting activities
- Wednesday, November 29, at Karl Ferdinand Braun Square from 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM: cooking workshops, book crafting, strolling with stilt-walker performances
- Friday, December 1, at Sainte-Aurélie Square from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM: games, Polaroid photo animations
- Saturday, December 2, on Hohwald Street from 2:00 PM to 5:30 PM: Christmas factory, intercultural snack, radio show. Find the detailed program for the Gare-Laiterie neighborhood.
The Christmas chalet returns from December 6 to 9.
- Wednesday, December 6, starting from 2:00 PM: decoration workshop for all, and a snack offered to children by Saint Nicolas at 4:00 PM
- Thursday, December 7, starting from 2:20 PM: carols and charitable sales by the Saint Jean and Schoepflin school groups and Foch College
- Friday, December 8, starting from 12:00 PM: fabric wrapping workshop, photo booth "Me, Christmas, and my favorite book"; from 5:00 PM: children and seniors choir, hot drinks charitable sale by the youth of CSC Fossé des Treize
- Saturday, December 9, starting from 2:00 PM: hot wine sale, anti-waste soup, and neighborhood postcards; musical animations from 3:30 PM. Find the detailed program for the Tribunal-Contades neighborhood.
Solidarity Christmas Market Neuhof-Meinau at 1 rue de Bourgogne (in front of CSC Meinau/Media Library/POLE-SUD). Come and share a festive moment with neighborhood associations and the local authorities on:
- Friday, December 8, from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM
- Saturday, December 9, from 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM
- Sunday, December 10, from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Throughout the weekend, enjoy free activities for children and families, creative workshops, Christmas tree decoration, refreshments, charitable sales, shows, and concerts.
On Saturday, December 9, from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, at Ampère Elementary School, there will be a second-hand sale: clothes and accessories, games and toys, books, decoration, dishes, and Christmas decoration. Additional offerings include a refreshment stand, food truck, Christmas Bredele made by children, children's singing and gospel, and storytelling.
Port du Rhin Neighborhood
Celebrate Christmas at Hippodrome Square on Wednesday, December 20, starting from 4:00 PM, with animations continuing throughout the evening.
- Concerts (Ballade, CSC choir)
- Animations (gift distribution by Santa Claus from the Senior Club, circus performances by Graine de Cirque)
- Flamenco show
- Pyrotechnic show
- Photo booth
- Refreshment stand, crepes/waffles
- Senior Club Christmas Market booth
Mobile Christmas Camper
To spread the Christmas excitement throughout the city, a camper travels through the neighborhoods, offering activities for everyone. Keep an eye out!
My Neighborhood's Christmas Tree
Throughout the Strasbourg Capital of Christmas, ready-to-decorate Christmas trees are placed in the heart of neighborhoods. They await contributions from those who are eager to perpetuate the Christmas spirit by participating in a collective creation. Original, colorful decorations of all sizes, made from recycled materials or homemade, but above all, resistant to the weather.