Are you looking for a day trip while the weather is still decent? Head up to Centennial for a whole host of Christmas activities!

2018 will mark the 16th annual celebration, and there will be plenty of goings on for people of all ages to enjoy. The bulk of the activities, including the vendor fair, will be taking place in the Centennial Elementary School from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Haven't set up your tree yet (like me), or even gotten a tree yet? The United States Forest Service will have a representative on hand at the vendor fair to help issue permits to holiday procrastinators.

Author Steven Horn, known for writing books such as: "The Pumpkin Eater", "When Good Men Die", and "Another Man's Life" will also be in town. Horn will be signing copies of his books at the vendor fair.

In addition to the fair taking place at the school, the Centennial Library will be converted into Santa's Workshop, providing children with the opportunity to make gifts while their parents peruse the vendor fair.

There will also be activities circulating throughout the town, including horse-drawn wagon rides (weather permitting). Carolers from the Eppson Center Melodees will also be making their way through Centennial performing Christmas carols throughout the day, and the Centennial Valley Community Church will be offering free hot beverages and cookies during the event.

For a complete list of activities and vendors participating in the event, click here. Further information can also be found at the event's Facebook page.