Holiday Events in the City of Allentown 2010-2011 Season Pines Dinner Theatre Christmas at the Pines

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Holiday Events in the City of Allentown 2010-2011 Season

Pines Dinner Theatre
Christmas at the Pines

11/5 - 12/27

It's the most wonderful time of the year at the Pines as they celebrate their favorite holiday. Featuring everyone's favorite Christmas carols, down-home country comedy for the whole family, the Nativity, and even Santa Claus, Pines Dinner Theatre claims “it's the most fun you'll have this holiday season.” For more information call 610-433-2333 or visit

Baum School of Art
Holiday Gallery and Sale

The David E. Rodale and Family Galleries

Exhibition dates: November 23–December 23, 2010

Opening Reception: November 23, 2010 from 6–8pm

Sponsored by: Bob and Sandy Lovett

The Baum School or Art, once again building on the tradition of excellence in both the fine arts and crafts, proudly presents The Annual Holiday Gallery Exhibition and Sale. There will be a presentation of local painters who depict landscapes and scenes from the Lehigh Valley. Other fine arts on exhibit will include sculpture, textiles, pottery, woodwork, jewelry and so much more. Hundreds of handcrafted items can be purchased at the gallery to make original unique gifts this season.

Do not miss this show and sale. Visit or call 610-433-0032 for more information.
Lehigh Parkway

Lights in the Parkway

11/26-28 and 12/3/10-1/2/11 5:30-10pm nightly Closed Christmas Day

An Allentown holiday tradition celebrating fifteen spectacular years is Lights in the Parkway. This event transforms the beautiful Lehigh Parkway into a winter wonderland with thousands of twinkling lights and accompanying music. Hundreds of animated displays delight visitors from all over the Lehigh Valley and many surrounding areas.

This season will be brighter than ever before with all of our pieces being showcased in the display including the holiday favorites and also the Cinderella, Wizard of Oz, Dinosaur and Safari Animal collections and more! Another reason we’ll be shining even brighter: we are in the process of converting to LED. 15 of one particular type of piece will be converted – see if you and your fellow lights visitors can figure it out. Also, the strands of lights illuminating out tree branches will all be LED!

Tens of thousands of cars full of families, couples and friends visit Lights in the Parkway each year. Lights in the Parkway is the perfect opportunity for families to enjoy time together. After a journey through the spectacular displays, visitors can stop by the Gift Barn which hosts vendors selling everything from candies to handmade treasures. This is one of the most economical holiday attractions in the area with admission being $9 per vehicle. Due to their popularity during the 2009-2010 Season, ice-carving demonstrations outside the Gift Barn and horse drawn carriage rides through the lighted display will return this season. Carriage rides are by reservation only and cost $10 per person.

Brand new for 2011: A Lights in the Parkway 5K Run and Walk on December 1st! Bicycle riders 18 years of age and older will now be permitted to travel through the lights.

For more information visit the event’s official website at or call 610-437-7530.
America On Wheels Museum
Toys for Tots Train Time Charity Exhibit

11/26 - 12/30

The popular “Train Time Charity Holiday Exhibit” model train exhibit chugs back into America On Wheels. The 2010 holiday season display also features the return of the Toys for Tots campaign and a special, short-term exhibit of popular British cars.

The Train Time exhibit, Toys for Tots and the exhibit called “The British Are Coming!” begin Nov. 26, the day after Thanksgiving and run through the end of the year. In addition, America On Wheels will host a special art exhibit titled “Trains, Planes and Automobiles,” featuring the works of renowned artists James Doddy and Charles Vlasics.

The model trains will be on display in every gallery of America On Wheels and engineers will be operating the trains during normal visiting hours throughout the season.

This is also the second year that America On Wheels is working with the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve on its traditional Toys for Tots collection campaign to benefit underprivileged children. Visitors are encouraged to bring a wrapped toy and place it on the Mack Truck driven by Santa Claus that is on display in the lobby.

In addition, a full calendar of special events and offers are scheduled throughout the holiday season ranging from a “Meet the Marines” day to free admission offers and a holiday wreath decorating contest.

“We were very proud last year to work with the Marines on this terrific annual effort to help make Christmas better for so many children and we look forward to an even more successful campaign in 2010,” said America On Wheels Executive Director Linda Merkel. “We really have something for everyone this holiday season.”

Special event dates for the upcoming holiday season include:

  • November 26 -- Chik-fil-A Day as Chik-fil-A of the Lehigh Valley Mall will give out 100 kid's meal coupons to the first 100 kids;

  • November 27 -- Seek and Find Day! Enter to win a train starter kit and the first 100 kids will get a special token! Special appearance by Pip the Mouse from 10:30am – noon.

  • December 2 -- Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts Day from 3 p.m. to  8 p.m. Scouts in uniform will receive free admission and Santa will be here too;

  • December 4 -- Meet the Marines! Visit America On Wheels to thank local Marines and donate a toy. Santa will be here 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

  • December 11 -- Children's Safety Demonstration Day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Come visit and hear from a variety of organizations and professionals on hand to help keep kids safe in a variety of situations. Santa will be here too!

  • December 12 -- Judith's Reading Room will be our featured guest and visitors can donate to this great organization and support wounded soldiers by bringing in new or gently used books. For more information, go to

  • December 18 -- FREE Admission Day with donation of new unwrapped toy.

  • December 19 – Holiday Tunes. Enjoy holiday tunes at the museum from noon to 4 p.m.

  • December 22 -- $1 Off Admission Day. Come vote for your favorite wreath displayed though out the museum!

Easily accessible to a half-dozen other renowned cultural institutions in Allentown, AOW celebrates our nation’s love affair with motorized and non-motorized over-the-road transportation and its permanent exhibits range from the Nadig – one of America’s first automobiles, produced in Allentown – to the massive Mack Trucks that helped America become the most powerful nation in the world.

AOW also offers hands-on playtime exhibits and learning centers for the children and a souvenir shop for race fans and anyone with an affinity for our automotive legacy.

For more information: Visit the museum’s website at, call the museum staff at 610-432-4200, or e-mail your questions to

America On Wheels is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Ticket prices are $9 for adults, $6 for senior citizens and students ages 13 to 16. Children 12 and under are admitted free for this special holiday exhibit.

ART MART: Holiday Gifts – Holiday Inn on Hamilton Street

Opens 11/26

ART MART urges the public to shop locally for “Holiday Gifts.” Allentown’s newest gallery and art emporium will open Black Friday, Nov. 26 at 6pm. Art Mart, will be located in one of the store fronts of the Holiday Inn on Hamilton St., presenting its 2nd annual show. The show features original artwork - from photography and paintings to sculpture and glass - and handmade goods, such as jewelry and handbags. All the items created by the artists make thoughtful, creative gifts.
The shop will make a special effort to remain open during the city’s Tree Lighting Ceremony at Ninth and Hamilton from 4-7 p.m. December 2nd. The public is invited to step inside and peruse the goods offered by the area’s talented professional artists. The shop will maintain lunchtime hours several days a week, as well as evening hours on weekends. More details will be available soon.


Art Mart was founded by Diane Teti. This project is a collaboration between a downtown property owner and a committee of artists and arts enthusiasts striving to enhance the arts in downtown Allentown. Volunteers will be posting up-to-date information and shop hours for Art Mart at:

Liberty Bell Shrine Museum
Pip: The Mouse Before Christmas


Beginning Friday, November 26, 2010 and extending through Friday, December 31, 2010, the Liberty Bell Museum is pleased to present, for its eighth holiday season, the classic holiday puppet show, "Pip the Mouse: The Mouse Before Christmas." The ten-minute show takes place on the Night Before Christmas. Santa is stuck in the Chimney! Will he get out in time to deliver all of his toys?

Starring Allentown's favorite mouse, Pip, "The Mouse Before Christmas" has been a holiday tradition in Allentown since 1962, when Max Hess, Jr. purchased the stage and show for his world-famous Hess's department store in Allentown. This holiday puppet show created by Dr. George R. Creegan is celebrating its 48th Anniversary in Allentown. Come and experience all the fun and excitement yourself! Let the magic and wonder of Pip brighten your holiday. Young and old alike will love him!

Mondays and Tuesdays

– 12:00 p.m., 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m.


-10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m. & 2:00 p.m.

Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays

– 12:00 p.m., 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m.

Performances Will Not Be Held on Friday, December 24 or Saturday, December 25.
Additional Holiday Exhibits at Liberty Bell Shrine Museum in conjunction with Pip the Mouse:
Pip’s Winter Wonderland

Don’t miss the three new animated figures in the fantasy winter wonderland all around the Pip the Mouse display, specially designed and handcrafted for the Museum by Pip’s creator, Dr. George Creegan of Steubenville, Ohio. The new addition of a dog on a horse, a teddy bear, and a jack in the box, all brilliantly costumed and wonderfully animated, is sure to be a delight with visitors both young and old. This "Winter Wonderland," created by Artistic Director and Museum Curator, Joshua A. Fink, is reminiscent of the "Fantasyland" display that accompanied the Pip the Mouse stage when it was set up inside the Hess’s Department Store on Hamilton Street years ago. Included in the "Winter Wonderland" are Antique Animated Toys and a Swiss Chalet House that were originally part of the Hess’s display. Geoffrey the Giraffe, who was rescued from Hess’s, will return to the display with other plush animals and characters (including Elmo, Bob the Builder and Hello Kitty) as well as children’s toys reminiscent of the toy display at Hess’s. The "Thomas the Tank Engine" Train and "The Polar Express" Train will again run through the "Wonderland," recalling the days of Hess’s fabulous train layouts and displays.

21 Foot Hess’s Toy Soldiers

The Museum entrance is again guarded by two Giant Hess’s Toy Soldiers, the same ones that used to decorate the front of Hess’s Stores around the Lehigh Valley. The Soldiers presence at the Museum greatly enhanced our "Pip the Mouse" program last year. Ever popular among visitors and people who live in the Lehigh Valley, the Soldiers are on loan from the City of Allentown and "announce" the 2010Holiday Season at the Museum to all those who pass by.

The Lehigh County Senior Citizen's Center Christmas Putz

This "Christmas Village" is reminiscent of the type of holiday displays that the Pennsylvania Germans built, starting in the mid-nineteenth century. The displays were most often erected underneath the Christmas Tree and included a "Manger Scene," depicting the first Christmas. This Christmas Putz, built by the Lehigh County Senior Citizens Center in 1977, features 19 buildings and one scene from Lehigh County's past and present. The buildings are built to scale and include such famous landmarks as Trout Hall, The Old Courthouse, and Zion's Reformed Church, where the Museum is located.

A Pennsylvania German Christmas Tree by Ann Wertman

The Museum features a Christmas Tree that is decorated like the Pennsylvania Germans would have decorated their trees in the Lehigh Valley in the mid nineteenth century. The tree often features handmade items such as cut out cookies, pretzels, and cranberry and popcorn garlands, as well as natural items such as nuts and cinnamon sticks. The tree also includes a "gift," a small handmade item that a family member might have made and put into the tree for the children to find on Christmas morning. Because Christ's birth was central to the Pennsylvania Germans celebration of Christmas, the tree also includes a Nativity Scene under the tree. The tree is decorated each year by Ann Wertman and Joe Zeller of New Tripoli and Museum Curator, Joshua A. Fink.

Ring An Exact Replica of the Liberty Bell, which weighs over 2000 pounds, and see other historical exhibits...and visit our Expanded Gift Shop, featuring patriotic, Christmas, "Pip the Mouse" and Allentown merchandise, for all of your holiday shopping needs.

General Information:

Admission to the Liberty Bell Museum is free! (Suggested donation of at least a $2.00 a person to help defray the costs of the holiday programming)

Special times are available for groups; kindly make a reservation.

Special Holiday Museum Hours:

Beginning Friday November 27, 2009 and ending Saturday, January 2, 2010

Mondays and Tuesdays

- 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


- 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays

- 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Closed Thursday, December 24 and Friday, December 25 and Friday, January 1

For more information about Liberty Bell Shrine Museum exhibitions and events visit

Breakfast with Pip the Mouse and the Little Shoppers’ Village – Liberty Bell Shrine Museum

12/5 from 8:30 – 11:30am

Join us for breakfast with "Pip the Mouse" from 8:30 to 11:30am in the Fellowship Hall at Zion Church. Pip will greet guests during breakfast. Afterward, "The Mouse Before Christmas" will be performed in the Museum. Each child may have an individual color photograph with Pip standing next to Zion's Liberty Bell replica.

The breakfast menu will include scrambled eggs, home fries, sausage links, hot cakes, wheat or white toast, juice, coffee, and tea. Each seating will be for 25 people; plan to be at the Museum one hour. Reserve your seating at 8:30, 9:00, 9:30, 10:00, or 10:30 a.m. as soon as possible. A maximum of 25 people will be seated each half-hour. Walk-ins are welcome on a first come, first-served basis. (The Little Shoppers Village will be open during breakfast.) The cost for the breakfast, which includes "The Mouse Before Christmas" performance and a holiday activity pack, is $6.00 for adults, $4.00 for children. Please call 610-435-4232 for reservations.

In the Little Shoppers’ Village, children will have the opportunity to shop for gifts for their parents, siblings and others, in their own little "store" with items priced reasonably. The store is for children only and volunteers will be present to help the children purchase their items.

Make your own Pennsylvania German Christmas Ornaments Workshop at the Museum

12/12 at 9:30 AM

Join Joshua A. Fink, Museum Curator, for a talk on a Pennsylvania German Christmas with a workshop on making Pennsylvania German Christmas Ornaments. ($5.00 suggested donation for the costs of materials, reservations appreciated, space is limited) For more information or to make reservations: or 610-435-4232.
Mocktinis with Max Hess, Jr. in the Morning"

12/19 at 10am

Join us for a delightful morning with Max Hess Jr., portrayed by local Hess’s historian Frank Whelan, as Mr Hess regales us with tales of the glories of Hess’s in its heydey. Have a mocktini

(a non alcoholic version of a martini, of course!), sample some light fare and purchase your own copy of "Images of America: Hess’s Department Store" by Frank Whelan and Kurt Zwikl, that Mr. Whelan will be happy to sign. The program will end with a short history of Christmastime at Hess’s and Pip the Mouse by Museum Curator, Joshua A. Fink, and a performance of "Pip: the Mouse Before Christmas." ($10.00 suggested donation for this special program; reservations appreciated, seating is limited) For more information or to make reservations: or 610-435-4232.

"Book signing of Hess’s Department Store by Frank Whelan and Kurt Zwikl

12/19 at 11:30am - 1:30pm

Join us for a book signing of the very popular book Hess’s Department Store by Frank Whelan and Kurt Zwikl, which was published last year. For more information visit: or call 610-435-4232.
Allentown Symphony Hall

Mooseltoe: A New Moosical
Children's Christmas Show
11/27 at 4:00pm

This is the story of MOOSELTOE and his moose family that lives in the ice and the snow. A story to tell, a story to hear, of a moose who wants to fly with Santa’s reindeer. He sets out on his quest, his mind on one thing, to seek and to find…the great wise Mooseking. Through trial and error, through friends and through foes, he continues his journey, he follows his nose. He’s about to give up, he’s reduced down to tears, when suddenly one night, the great Mooseking appears. He teaches our hero, what we all can perceive, to look deep inside and learn to believe.

The North Pole’s in a panic and so is St. Nick, it’s one of his Reindeer, it’s Blitzen…he’s sick! I won’t tell you much more, but, suffice it to say, Mooseltoe is the hero, MOOSELTOE SAVES THE DAY!

Tickets: $18Adults/$12Children; Family Four-Pack -- 2Adults/2Children $50.

A Lehigh Valley Christmas – Allentown Symphony Hall

11/28 at 7pm

This Lehigh Valley holiday tradition returns to The Chamber and the beautifully restored Allentown Symphony Hall located in the heart of downtown Allentown at 23 North 6th Street. Now, in its 14th year, the LVC concert is the perfect way to share your holidays with the area’s finest musicians as they perform renditions of their favorite holiday tunes in a variety of musical genres. From Folk to Jazz and Classical to Popular music, there is something for everyone.

Listen to the Lehigh Valley’s best musical groups, including, Zen For Primates, The Large Flowerheads, The BC Combo, Tavern Tan, The James Supra Band, Franki Alazar, Jake Kaligis, Ritz, Roberta Meek, Dave Fry, Don Cunningham & The Cabinet, The Allentown School District Youth Orchestra, Mike Dugan & The Blues Mission and many other talented musicians, plus an All-Star Finale.

Don't miss this year's festivities - get your ticket today and join the celebration!  To get your tickets visit or call the box office at 610-432-6715.  
Jim Brickman's 15th Anniversary Holiday Concert

12/1 at 8:00pm

This holiday season, two-time Grammy-nominated, platinum selling artist, Jim Brickman, is creating a musical celebration for audiences seeking an escape from the hectic demands of the holiday season! In a spectacular concert, Jim and his very special guests, present an evening of dazzling solo piano, vibrant vocals plus warmth and humor. Jim weaves together new and old traditional holiday favorites, all the hits and songs from his fall album release, Home. Enjoy an unforgettable night to remember with Jim Brickman's 15th Anniversary Holiday Concert! There will be a special meet and greet reception after the performance…space is limited…get tickets soon as they will go fast! Tickets: $45-55. Meet and greet: $75. Media Sponsor: WLEV

Meet & Greet includes dessert and a cash bar in the Rodale Room.  Jim Brickman will come for pictures (without flash) and for merchandise signing.
Camelot for Children’s Christmas Spectacular – Allentown Symphony Hall

12/5 – 7:30pm

Come join Camelot for Children for their annual spectacular.  Enjoy great music while you help some great children! This year's concert includes the talents of such headliners as Lou Christie, the Duprees and Gary Puckett! Take a break from the holiday bustle and give yourself a great gift! For tickets and more information visit:
Repertory Dance Theatre’s Nutcracker – Allentown Symphony Hall

12/11 & 12/12 at 2pm

Create a Holiday Tradition. Excitement is in the air as RDT kicks off its 22nd production of Nutcracker, a Lehigh Valley holiday favorite. Get into the true holiday spirit and treat your family to the most magical gift for all ages! This season, come experience RDT’s Nutcracker at Allentown Symphony Hall with the Allentown Symphony Orchestra on December 12th and 13th at 2:00.   Meet the dancers and have some sweets at a special Land of the Sweets Party following the Saturday Matinee (extra ticket required).  RDT's professional dancers lead a cast of 100 skillfully trained dancers from the area including college dancers from DeSales and Lehigh. RDT's Nutcracker is the only Nutcracker in the Lehigh Valley area with live music. Allow RDT to carry you away with dreams of the Sugar Plum Fairy and instill a little holiday magic in all of us. Tickets are $20-$40 and are available at 610-432-6715 or For more information about Repertory Dance Theatre visit

O’Grady Quinlan’s Celtic Christmas Celebration – Allentown Symphony Hall

12/18 at 1:30 & 7:30pm

The O'Grady Quinlan Academy is proud to present A Celtic Christmas! The opening act will showcase future champions of the O'Grady Quinlan Academy. Dancers will delight you with jigs and reels danced to holiday favorites! The Main Act will feature both Seamus Kennedy, a master showman and Irish comedian, who is delighted to bring his Christmas cheer to the stage at Allentown Symphony Hall, as well as the Champions of OGQ. Between the quick-witted humor of Seamus Kennedy and the dazzling rhythmic footwork from the O'Grady Quinlan Champion Irish Dancers, we know that your hands will be clapping and your toes will be tapping!

Community Music School Student Holiday Recital

Rodale Community Room

12/19 1:30pm

A brief reception immediately follows the recital. All student recitals are free and open to the public. Always a great family day!

Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony – 800 Block of Hamilton Street

12/2 from 4 – 7pm

This year’s celebration includes a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus, Pip the Mouse, Nutcracker and Clara, free horse-drawn carriage rides, an elf parade, live stage performances, strolling entertainers, arts and crafts, face painting, and ice carving demonstrations. All new for 2010: fire performers.
The Elf Parade was a big hit last year and is sure to be one of the highlights again. Children are invited to dress like elves and get their faces painted with those recognizable rosy red cheeks before being led on a parade by Mrs. Claus. Stage performances are scheduled by Civic Theatre of Allentown, O’Grady Quinlan School of Irish Dance, Repertory Dance Theatre, Community Music School and more. All entertainment is free. The actual tree lighting is scheduled for 6:00pm. Refreshments will be available for purchase.

Allentown Public Library
Interactive Storytime with Repertory Dance Theatre

11/29 11am

The Allentown Public Library and the Repertory Dance Theatre of Allentown present an interactive storytime of "The Nutcracker."
Costumed dancers from the Repertory Dance Theatre will read the classic holiday story and perform portions of the ballet with the audience. Children of all ages are invited. Sign-up is not required.

November 29, 11AM

WHAT: Interactive Nutcracker Storytime with ballet dancers from Repertory Dance Theatre

WHERE: Allentown Public Library, 1210 Hamilton St., Allentown, PA 18102

WHEN: Monday November 29, 11AM

TICKETS: Free admission to children of all ages

MORE INFORMATION: Contact Joan Kneiss, 610-820-2400 x123

Scottish Rite Cathedral
MunOpCo’s Spectacular Christmas


For more information on this “Spectacular” Christmas show, call the box office at 610-437-2441.
Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum

Christmas in Pennsylvania”

12/11 – 1pm

Enjoy Christmas at the Heritage Museum as Santa Claus and the historic Pennsylvania German Belsnickel (St. Nicholas in furs) arrive together aboard a vintage fire truck touring the city of Allentown.  Join us for photo opportunities, candy canes, and family fun.  Then settle in for a professional PowerPoint program as we present “Christmas in Pennsylvania:  Past & Present."  FREE to members, non-member adults $6, non-member children $3.  What a great way to start the season; bring the family and friends.

Civic Theatre

Civic Theatre’s 21st Anniversary of A Christmas Carol – Civic’s 19th Street Theatre

12/3 -12/18

Our 21st Anniversary production of what's become one of the Lehigh Valley's favorite holiday traditions! Expect familiar elements from productions past and new twists to move us into the future, along with reunions of the thousands of actors and crew who have brought Dickens' story to life on our stage.

"A CHRISTMAS CAROL is our beloved annual tradition which features a cast of excellent adult performers and a small army of fabulous young people. Excitement permeates the theatre and spills out into the street as an entire community immerses itself into the Victorian world of this marvelous Dickens' classic. Before your eyes, performers transform from your family, friends, and neighbors into Ebenezer Scrooge, Tiny Tim, Jacob Marley, Belle, Fred, a trio of Spirits and an entire gamut of characters from this "ghost story" which chronicles the redemption of a single man and offers us hope for all men.”

For more information and schedule visit or call 610-433-8903.

Associated Mess Improv Comedy Holiday Shows

Holiday themed sketch/improv show on Sunday, December 19th in Civic's Theatre514

Da Vinci Science Center
Winter Candyland with Just Born

12/18-23 and 24-30

A variety of hands-on activities highlighting the science of Marshmallow Peeps and other holiday favorites
Family New Year’s Eve Party

12/31, 6-10 p.m.

The famous Give & Take Jugglers from Philadelphia, Pa., will be the featured performers during the Da Vinci Science Center’s 2011 Family New Year’s Eve Party on Friday, Dec. 31, 2010, from 6-10 p.m. The Give and Take Jugglers are outstanding family-oriented performers who mix juggling, comedy, and lots of audience participation every hilarious show. The group has been a mainstay at events throughout the greater Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Lehigh Valley regions since 1982.

Now in its fourth year, the Da Vinci Science Center’s New Year’s Eve party is becoming a popular tradition for Lehigh Valley families. Curious minds of all ages can count on a delightful evening of food, imagination, and entertainment. The Da Vinci Science Center is finalizing plans for this year’s bash, including a parade, a Celebration Food Court, and an exciting new countdown to ring in 2011. The Center will announce full party details later in November.

KNBT, A Division of National Penn Bank – PPL Plaza

12/6 5 - 7pm

The 2010 First Mondays wrap up with the Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony at KNBT on Monday, December 6th.   Please join in for this holiday celebration. This free get-together is the perfect opportunity to mix and mingle.

West Park House Tour

West Park Holiday House Tour

12/5 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Stroll through the charming West Park community and ignite your Christmas spirit. Please come and discover 12 elegant West Park Homes decked out in their holiday finery. You are invited to appreciate decorations from contemporary to Victorian, all set against a backdrop of gleaming woodwork, stained glass windows and beautiful architectural details.
Advance ticket sales are $10 at the following locations –

  • C. Leslie Smith Village West Shopping Center

  • Phoebe Floral Shop 2102 West Hamilton Street

  • BoutiqueTo 522 N. 19th Street

  • Walter’s Pharmacy 401 North 17th Street

  • Syb’s West End Deli 2151 Liberty Street

  • Albrights Hardware 2119 Walbert Avenue

$12 day of tour –

  • Episcopal Church of the Mediator 1620 West Turner

Please enjoy complimentary refreshments while shopping at the holiday bazaar. Visit our website

or call 610-435-8850.

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