Wednesday, November 20, 2019

31st Annual Christmas in Warrensburgh

31st christmas in warrensburghThe Town of Warrensburg has announced the 31st Annual Christmas in Warrensburgh is set for December 7th and 8th.

Visitors can enjoy Toyland with live reindeer and Santa; church bazaars, breakfasts and luncheons; open houses at local businesses; book signings and wine tastings; holiday and special museum exhibits, children’s craft workshops; decorating gingerbread houses; Adirondack artisan demonstrations; horse drawn carriage and pony rides; a Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, Holiday Craft Fair; theater, concerts and more. Most events are free.

Adirondack Folk Singer/Songwriter Dan Berggren will perform at Richards Library, free of charge.

In keeping with tradition, Casey Beal, Art Director for the Stony Creek Free Library’s ARTirondacks program, was commissioned by Warrensburgh Beautification Inc. to design and create the 31st Christmas in Warrensburgh Limited Edition Ornament.

Christmas in Warrensburgh ornamentAll ornaments are handcrafted, numbered, signed and dated. The ornament design was inspired by this year’s theme “Let it Glow, Let it Glow, Let it Glow.”

Orders may be placed by calling (518) 466-5497 or e-mailing taawhalen@yahoo.com, and picked up on Friday, November 29th at the First Baptist Church, 3850 Main Street, from 10 am to noon. A limited number of ornaments will also be available at Miller Antiques & More, 3729 Main Street starting on Shop Small Saturday, November 30th, while supply lasts.

Adirondack Balsam Wreaths are being sold by Warrensburgh Beautification Inc. (WBI) in time to decorate for Shop Small Saturday on November 30 sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. The evergreen wreaths are guaranteed fresh, full and fragrant, and decorated with locally harvested pinecones and a handcrafted red velvet bow. The wreaths are available in two sizes, 12 and 16 inch frame diameters, and are sold for $12.50 and $15. Limited quantities of larger sizes are also available. The prices have remained the same since 1989 to encourage businesses and private residences to dress up for the festivities and the holiday season.

Orders may be placed by calling (518) 466-5497 or e-mailing taawhalen@yahoo.com and picked up on Friday, November 29th at the First Baptist Church, 3850 Main Street from 10 am to noon. Wreaths may also be delivered to local businesses. Special arrangements may be made for pickup at a later date.

A complete schedule with dates, times and locations will be available leading up to the event.

Photo of Christmas in Warrensburgh ornament provided.

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