An new annual tradition returns on Christmas Eve, December 24 at 6 p.m. to help keep the magic of the holiday season alive and ensure Santa Claus has a safe trip around the world during his midnight ride to deliver presents across the land.
That’s right, Ring the Bell Polk returns once again for the holiday season, and those who want to gather and participate in downtown Cedartown for a Saturday evening family fun at Remix at Moore’s will be welcome once again to join in for two minutes of bell-ringing.
Additional information about the 6 p.m. event in downtown Cedartown will be forthcoming.
Jannah Sorrell Crenshaw, who started the bell ringing effort locally two years ago during the first COVID Christmas, encourages you to get out the bells again this year to celebrate the holidays and encourage Santa on his ride on Christmas Eve.
Crenshaw said those who can’t make it out for the event at Remix at Moore’s can simply go out on their front porch with a bell and begin ringing at 6 p.m.
Her hopes once again is that all of Polk County join in the tradition to help ensure the spirit of Christmas is alive and well here locally in the hearts of children of all ages and their parents too.
The Cedartown City Commission is expected to pass a proclamation honoring the event during their December meeting on Monday the 12th. They continue to encourage local residents to take part in the event as well.
Check back for more as it becomes available here on Polktoday.com as we join in the Ring the Bell Polk Tradition for a third year in a row.