Peabody throws successful Come Home for Christmas

Olivia Bourbon and Alexa Dutton work the 4-h hot Chocolate stand at the Come Home for Christmas event in Peabody on Saturday.

Haiden and Holden Dutton got their faces painted at the Come Home for Christmas event in Peabody on Saturday.

Charles Woodruff got a snowman painted on his face during the Come Home for Christmas event on Saturday that Peabody hosted to kick off the holiday season.

Holden Dutton gets his face painted at the Come Home for Christmas event in Peabody on Saturday. The community had all kinds of activities to participate in to kick off the holiday season and lot of opportunities to shop local.

Come Home for Christmas Committee member Clarissa Dutton takes a moment from her work to enjoy time with her son Haiden as he gets his caricature drawn on Saturday at just one of many events available for the community in Peabody.

Kiah Wattson got her face painted at the Come Home for Christmas event in Peabody on Saturday. The community had all kinds of activities to participate in to kick off the holiday season and lots of opportunities to shop local.

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