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Join WNZR in downtown Fredericktown on Saturday, December 3 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.  

It will be a Country Christmas this year to celebrate the 22nd Annual Christmas Walk and Charity Auction on Saturday, December 3rd from 3pm -7pm.  Though there have been many adaptations to this event, what has not changed is their partnership with Food For The Hungry of Knox County to help raise funds to support Fredericktown Interchurch, the Fredericktown Salvation Army, and the Fredericktown Community Relief Fund.   

Plus, it is a fun family-oriented community event.  We ask you to come out and support this event by your presence and donations as you are able.   


The Fredericktown Christmas Walk Charity Auction has a new twist this year!
There is a new twist this year to the Annual Charity Auction.
We will have 2 auctions for twice the fun and goodies.   

The live auction will be held in the newly renovated Council Chambers (formerly Senior Citizen Building). This will be a scrumptious food auction. 

Donations can be dropped off at Council Chambers between 12pm and 3pm on December 3rd - the day of the Fredericktown Christmas Walk.   

Due to the success of the virtual auction on Facebook last year, it will be offered again this year. Your quality donations are needed to make this a success.  Families, friends, neighbors, churches, and organizations are encouraged to partner to create baskets, service offerings, and gift certificates to donate. Please drop off your items at 15049 Cassell Rd, Fredericktown between November 29th and December 1st between 8am and 8pm.  

The Facebook auction will be held from December 3rd until 11:59PM on December 10th. Items and instructions on how to bid can be viewed on the Fredericktown Christmas Walk Facebook page.  


The Fredericktown Christmas Walk 5K Run/Walk is back with the theme “Catch me if you Can”
Register for the annual 5K fun run or walk at the link found on the Fredericktown Christmas Walk Facebook page. Holiday costumes are welcomed and encouraged. Gather at the Gazebo at 2:30 to begin and the run will end at the Gazebo for the official lighting of the Christmas tree.   

Fredericktown Christmas Walk Events 

The County Christmas theme this year will be represented by a traditional winter scene and featured on the annual ornament. Ornaments may be purchased in advance by contacting Joely Leply at TD Landscape and the day of the event at the craft/vendor exhibits at the Presbyterian Church.  

This unique ornament was created by a local business Traditions Engraving.  


Crafters and vendors return to the Fredericktown Presbyterian Church, 17 S Main Street.  

There will be ice sculptures, the gingerbread house contest, crafts for kids at the Baptist church. Be sure to plan on taking a wagon ride to Sockman Park to view the lights.   Plus, Santa will be bringing his favorite reindeer for a visit.  Local Businesses will be open along Main Street.   


Stop by Big Blue in front of the Village Office to register to win a Stocking stuffed with great prizes!  

Anyone visiting Big Blue can enter to win a special Christmas stocking stuffed full of goodies:
- An entire house cleaning from Carefree Cleaning Company. Amy McDougale gives you 4 hours of house cleaning! (Valued at $108)!
- Plus, WNZR goodies including a chip clips, water bottle, cups, travel coffee mugs and hot chocolate, coasters, guitar flyswatter, NIV Bible and more! 

The prize package is valued at over $125.00! 

The winner will be drawn at 6:30pm.  


Celebrate Christmas on Saturday, December 3 with WNZR in Fredericktown! 


Mark your calendars for Saturday, December 3 and visit Fredericktown to support those in need.  You can follow the Fredericktown Christmas Walk on Facebook and Instagram. On Facebook, search for Fredericktown Annual Christmas Walk and Auction. On Instagram - Instagram@fredericktownchristmaswalk.

WNZR thanks these partners for supporting our broadcast from Fredericktown

G.R. Smith Hardware

Heartland Promotional Products


Knox Community Hospital

Park National Bank

Starting Point of Knox County