Thank you to all who participated and attended the Stroll in 2017!

Now it’s time to get excited for Nashua’s 25th Annual Winter Holiday Stroll!

November 24, 2018

The event takes place each year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving; and although it started small, it has steadily grown through the years. The Stroll is recognized as the largest community event of the year in Southern New Hampshire. In 2017, the Holiday Stroll attracted about 35,000 people to downtown Nashua!

Each year, people from across New England visit downtown Nashua to enjoy this free and family-friendly holiday event. The evening kicks off at 5 p.m. with a candlelit procession up Main Street from City Hall to Railroad Square where the City’s official Christmas tree is lit. Much of the downtown is closed to traffic for the evening so even after the tree lighting, Strollers can enjoy the live entertainment, sample offerings from street vendors, dine in downtown’s fine restaurants and Shop Small at our unique specialty shops and boutiques.


Stay tuned for details on the 25th Annual Holiday Stroll!

Thank you to our video sponsor, Pearl Marketing and Design for shooting this video at the 2017 Holiday Stroll!

Thank You To Our 2017 Stroll Sponsors!

Entertainment Sponsor:

City of Nashua & Downtown Improvement Committee

3D Projection Sponsor:

Shaw’s Supermarket

Candles Sponsor:

Granite State Credit Union

Ice Sculpture Sponsor:

Michael Timothy’s Dining Group

Polar Express Train Ride Sponsor:

Academy of Notre Dame

Downtown Level Sponsors:

R.J. Finlay & Co.

Community Level Sponsors:

Eaton & Berube

The Lannan Company

The Tamposi Foundation

Barry Warhola – The Bean Group

The Nash Foundation



Stroll Supporter Level Sponsors:

Tamposi-Nash Real Estate Group Inc

Bellavance Beverage

Dr. Charles Pilpilas



Do us a favor? Show the folks above how much you appreciate them stepping up to support this well-loved community tradition, head over to their Facebook pages by clicking their links above, and give them a like – and be sure to think of them first when you are looking for a local business to patronize!