Christmas Comes To Westfield Nov. 17-19
WESTFIELD — Diane Scarpine from the Westfield Women’s Organization Holly Tour; John Wolfe from the McClurg Museum’s Victorian Tea; and Marilyn Hemmer, chairperson of the holiday event, met recently at the McClurg Museum to discuss plans for Christmas in the Village of Westfield.
The village of Westfield will be transformed into “A Dickens Holiday” from Friday, Nov. 17, through Sunday, Nov. 19. Friday, Nov. 17, Santa will arrive in Moore Park, carolers and characters from the 1843 Charles Dickens classic, A Christmas Carol will also be in the park and the Lakeshore Center for Arts will present Kim Tenreiro preforming A Christmas Carol.
Saturday, Nov. 18, will begin with Breakfast with Santa at the Presbyterian Church. The Patterson Library will host holiday events as well as having many community organization decorated Christmas trees on display. The McClurg Museum in Moore Park will serve a Victorian Tea from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at a cost of $15 per person. No reservations needed.
The Westfield Women’s Organization’s Holly Tour will be Sunday, Nov. 19, from 12:30-5 p.m. and will feature a selection of Westfield homes decorated for the Christmas season. The ticket cost is $10 and can be purchased from organization members or at selected businesses. For more information call Katie at 680-1317.
On Saturday and Sunday, Eason Hall on Elm Street will have an artisan and craft show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Horse-drawn carriage rides will also be available at no cost. More detailed information will be available soon. For more information, email Marilyn Hemmer at jm–email@example.com.