Winter festival breezes back to Lambertville and New Hope

December 29, 2013 by  

The New Hope and Lambertville Winter Festival is scheduled to take place for nine days this January; activities are spread out between the two cities, which are located across the river from one another.

There will be events taking place during the festival that are suitable for those of all ages and interests. One of those events is the Fire and Ice Ball, which will be held on the first night of the festival. Guests will be treated to entertainment, dancing, food, and drink.

There is also set to be a chili cookoff, musical entertainment, a parade, ice sculpture demonstrations, and the Taste of Winterfest. In addition, Fisherman’s Mark is holding a food drive; there will be a gallery crawl and a snowfolk art exhibit.

One of the major events of the festival will be a concert by singer/songwriter Jimmy Web. Tickets are $45 in advance or $50 at the door; VIP tickets are $85 which also include a reception prior to the concert.

No doubt this festival will attract visitors from all over the area, including Warminster. It is entirely likely that organizers will have contacted local print companies to help them advertise; this might include investing in flyer printing services.

The New Hope and Lambertville Winter Festival is taking place from January 18 to 26. The Fire and Ice Ball will be held at the Eagle Fire House on January 18 from 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm. Tickets are $20 in advance or $35 at the door. To learn more about the various activities call 215-862-5067.