Celebrate the Season & Cocoa Crawl

Saturday, November 24, 2018


Small-Business-SaturdayJoin the Village of Roselle - Choose Roselle, the Roselle Public Library District, and the Roselle Main Street Merchants for Celebrate the Season & 3rd Annual Cocoa Crawl on  Roselle's Main Street from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. on November 24. These events kick off the holiday season while supporting Small Business Saturday, which falls on the Saturday after Thanksgiving each year.

The Cocoa Crawl provides a great opportunity for families to visit Roselle’s local businesses for cocoa, treats, and other specials on Small Business Saturday. New this year - participants will be able to vote for their favorite treat stop along the Cocoa Crawl! 

Cocoa Crawl Survey

We value feedback! Please fill out this short survey after attending the 3rd Annual Cocoa Crawl to let us know what you thought about the event.


Festivities begin with Celebrate the Season hosted by the Roselle Public Library, 40 S. Park St., with Santa  arriving by fire truck at 2:00 p.m. Santa will be joined by Rose Queen Joie Allen to greet the children and hear all about their holiday wish lists. Santa visit "fast passes" with designated line times will be handed out at the library starting at 1:00 p.m.

COCOA CRAWL 2:00-5:00 p.m.

The Cocoa Crawl will continue along Roselle’s Main Street, with participating businesses from Roselle Main Street Merchants. Grab Cocoa Crawl passport sheets and get stamps at each of the participating businesses for the chance to win prizes and enter raffles. Cocoa Crawl includes entertainment in the Civic Plaza at the corner of Main and Prospect Streets, strolling carolers, Disney princesses Anna, Elsa, and Bell and Star Wars Characters, an ornament making station, trolley stops, a bonfire with Roselle Firefighters, the lighting of the Community Tree, and much more!

Community Tree

Families may bring an ornament from home or make one at the American Legion Hall, 344 E. Maple Ave., during the event to put on the Community Tree in Roselle’s Civic Plaza, which will be lit at the conclusion of the Cocoa Crawl. (Ornaments placed on the Roselle Community Tree will be considered donations. Ornaments will not be returned to participants.)