Friday night's event a success.
Friday night's kick off of Warren's 22nd Annual Holiday Festival brought hundreds of visitors to downtown. Adults and children alike enjoyed a variety of events from meeting Santa Claus to watching fire performers to learning about life during the Revolutionary War. The evening closed, as per usual, with the Mt. Hope High School Marching Band leading a processional to the steps of Town Hall for a music concert and the official tree lighting ceremony. The festival continues on Saturday from 12:00 to 4:00 p.m. For details click here.
The Warren Holiday Festival this Friday and Saturday is sure to get everyone in the holiday spirit.
The 22nd Annual Warren Holiday Festival is kicking off downtown on Friday evening with holiday fun for the whole family. The Hugh Cole School Chorus will start the festivities with their performance at the Warren Methodist Church starting at 5 p.m. Until 7 p.m., festival-goers can enjoy craft workshops for kids at the Rescue Squad Headquarters, learn a bit of history at the Maxwell House and Federal Blues Militia Carriage House, and watch exciting performances, like the Different Spin fire performance troupe. Starting at 7, follow the Mt. Hope Marching Band up Baker St. to the steps of own Hall for the Main Street Tree Lighting ceremony. Throughout the evening, many downtown restaurants will offer special holiday treats, and local …