Warren Festival Kicks Off Holiday Season This Weekend

The 23rd Annual Warren Holiday Festival will be held on Friday night and Saturday.

Warren's 23rd Annual Holiday Festival will kick off the holiday season on Friday night with a full line up of activities and entertainment for the whole family. On Saturday afternoon, the festivities will pick up again and carry on all day long.

See below to start planning your fun-packed weekend with the festival's scheduled events.


What Where When Chorus performance (Baker St) 5pm Vocal Ensemble 74 Baker Street 5-6pm Meet Santa Baker Street Fire Museum 5-7pm Ornament Workshop (Miller St) 5-7pm Hear music, learn about colonial life 5-7pm Hear music, tour the Masonic Temple Masonic Temple of Washington Lodge (Baker St) 5-7pm "A Different Spin" Fire Performance Naragansett Way 6pm Lighting countdown, candle light procession Baker Street to 7pm Refreshments and singing by the Hugh Cole Chorus (Joyce St) 8pm


What Where When Trolly Rides Stops throughout downtown 12-4pm Santa Meet & Greet (photos for $4) Old Senior Center (Town Hall) 12-1pm Mt. Hope Brass Choir performance Main Street 12-1:30 Reindeer food and scarves workshop Youth Center 12-2pm Children can ring the 19th century church bells and 12-2pm Ornament Workshop 12-2pm Maxwell House tours Maxwell House 12-3pm Create ceramic ornaments 12-3pm Juried art show and Mt. Hope Guitar Ensemble performance 12-4pm Free cups of chowder 12-4pm Flu Shot Clinic Masonic Temple (Baker St) 12-4pm Touch a Firetruck, children's moon bounce (Joyce St) 12-4pm Open gaming (16 Cutler St) 12-4pm Juggling and magic show 74 Baker Street 1-2pm Gingerbread Cookie Workshop 1-3pm Mt. Hope Chorus Carols Main and Water Streets 1-3pm "Flatland Trick Bike Riding" performance Behind the Gob Shop 1:30pm Interactive puppet show Old Senior Center (Town Hall) 2pm Annawon  Weeden, a member of the Wampanoags will share stories of his culture
Youth Center 3pm


More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something
See more »