Friday, October 9, 2020 5:30 pm to 8 pm Historic Downtown Cedar Hill (Houston and Broad Street) $5 per person ($3 for children under 12)
In 1937 a small band of Cedar Hill residents gathered on the Old Town Square to fellowship and renew old friendships. As the years passed more and more folks returned on the 2nd Saturday in October for what became known as the Old Settlers’ Reunion.
Today that event has grown into what we call Country Day on the Hill, but the settlers still gather around the square on Friday for Bingo, prizes, live musical entertainment, a light supper and the crowning of the King and Queen of the Hill. Proceeds benefit Bridge’s Safehouse and the Cedar Hill Food Pantry.
Saturday, October 10, 2020 9 am to 6 pm Historic Downtown Cedar Hill Free event
Fun and excitement abound each year on the 2nd Saturday of October when Cedar Hill celebrates Country Day on the Hill. 2020 marks the 83rd annual event that features a parade, over 100 craft vendors, food, activities, contests and live entertainment on 3 stages through the entire day.