Warren Holiday Festival

Posted 11/24/21

Warren’s annual Holiday Festival returns to form this weekend, with events taking place over two days. Festivities begin Friday with the arrival of Santa on Water Street via fire truck. The …

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Warren Holiday Festival

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Warren’s annual Holiday Festival returns to form this weekend, with events taking place over two days. Festivities begin Friday with the arrival of Santa on Water Street via fire truck. The street will be closed to vehicle traffic between Miller and Church streets, where people can enjoy fire spinners, hot chocolate and hot cider. The Mt. Hope Marching Band will lead a countdown to the illumination of Water Street and the town’s tree around 7:15 p.m., and then lead a march of all attendees towards Town Hall to receive welcoming remarks and countdown to the lighting of Main Street.

On Saturday, Santa returns at noon on the fire truck and will wind up at a to-be-announced location for a scavenger hunt. Locations around downtown will have activities for kids, and Blount Fine Foods will serve hot cups of mac and cheese.

WHAT: Warren Holiday Festival

WHEN: 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 26, and noon Saturday, Nov. 27

WHERE: Downtown Warren

COST: Free

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