We Hope You Enjoyed Your Thanksgiving Weekend!

House with holiday lighting

Here at Horizon Roofing, we enjoy the delicious smells coming from the kitchen and the sense of belonging and togetherness that the holidays bring! We consider all of our customers and neighbors as part of our family and we are writing to wish you all an amazing and heartwarming holiday season.

This Christmas season, we hope that all those less fortunate find a place to call home and surround themselves with loved ones. This Holiday season, we count our blessings and areincredibly thankful for our amazing staff, our friends and family, and the ability to serve andprovide value to all those in need of a solid roof on their home. We work hard to make our customersfeel appreciated all year long. If you are in need of some holiday plans this Holiday season, Walton County has provided once again!

City of Loganville Christmas Parade: The City of Loganville welcomes the holiday season with its annual Christmas parade. Plenty of local businesses, school groups and other organizations will participate with the theme this year being Have Yourself an Ugly Sweater Christmas. We hope to add a little silliness to the holidays by organizing Loganville’s largest ugly sweater event. Make sure to join us as the parade leaves Bay Creek Elementary School and makes its way down Main Street.

    • Date: December 2nd
    • Location: Downtown Loganville

Downtown Monroe Christmas Parade: Tree lit streets. Bands playing Christmas carols. Children anxiously awaiting a glimpse of Santa. There is nothing like the beauty and magic of Christmas in Downtown Monroe. Join us at 6:30 pm for our 64th Annual Christmas Parade.

    • Date: December 7, 2017
    • Location: Downtown Monroe

Downtown Monroe Candlelight Shopping: Join us in Downtown Monroe as we celebrate the joys of the holiday season! Come and experience Christmas time in Downtown Monroe. Stroll the sidewalks to view the beautiful light displays, enjoy a carriage ride and view the Live Nativity (evenings Dec. 14-17) on the Historic Court House lawn. This week, you can also visit the Grinch in our pocket park and see the movie How the Grinch Stole Christmas.

Stores in Downtown Monroe will be open later on these evenings so that you can find the perfect gift for that special someone…. Cozy up in one of our locally owned restaurants for a wonderful meal…..

Come and celebrate the season in Downtown Monroe!

    • Date: December 14-17th
    • Location: Downtown Monroe