Fairs and Festivals - Winter 2014 Edition
Nov 19, 2014 09:34AM ● Published by Erica Shames
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November 21-23, Downtown Williamsport
Join us as we celebrate the 16th annual Victorian Christmas, “La Ville et La Campagne” – Town and Country, presented by Preservation Williamsport and slated for November 21-23, 10 am-5 pm. Tours of homes, churches and museums Nov. 22 only. Other events designed to showcase downtown Williamsport: Food on Fourth; Downtown Holiday Parade (Fri. only); Victorian Tea (Sat. only); Carriage Rides; Trolley Shuttle; Duboistown Garden Exhibit at Lycoming College; Will Huffman Toy Train Expo; and Williamsport Civic Chorus. More information is at (570) 772-5671, (570) 419-4915 or (570) 419-2989.
First Night State College
Dec. 31, Downtown State College
First Night State College is a family-oriented, alcohol-free, celebration of the New Year, taking place in downtown State College on December 31. Focused on visual and performing arts, First Night features one of Pennsylvania’s largest displays of ice sculpture. The evening is filled with a wide range of high quality musical and vaudeville performances, theatre, art workshops for kids, a 5K run, a giant puppet procession and horse-drawn carriage rides. Make the night an overnight with a First Night State College hotel package! FirstNightStateCollege.com
Invite Your Neighbor to Dinner Day
Jan. 10, Two Sisters Amish Meals, Turbotville
Susquehanna Life magazine sponsors its 6th Annual Invite Your Neighbor to Dinner Day at Two Sisters Amish Meals, in Turbotville, on Jan. 10, 2015, at 5 p.m. Enjoy a delicious, authentic Amish dinner featuring fresh roasted chicken and ham, homemade noodles, salads, vegetables and an array of homemade baked goods. The cost is $21.50 per person, including beverage, dessert and tip, and must be prepaid via credit card. Call (800) 232-1670 by Jan. 3, 2014, to reserve your space. Here’s why we celebrate: On Oct. 23, 2002, Pennsylvania passed a resolution declaring “Dinner Day” an official holiday. On the second Saturday in January, we are encouraged to invite a neighbor to dinner. Unable to join us? Ask a neighbor you’ve never met to dine with you in your home or out on the town—you’ll build a bridge to your neighbors, and help make the world a friendlier place. What a great way to start the New Year!