Make sure to come and enjoy carriage rides, lights, carolers, and train rides inside the Richmond Furniture Gallery, and the biggest model train display around– and much much more! All shops will be open later in the evening for buying local and supporting local businesses. The Festival is from 5 – 9 p.m.
Stop off at Joe’s Pizza for a slice of pizza and salad, Mitriones and Parker’s Old Fashioned General store will be open and offers unique foods and gifts–and a visit from the Grinch. Little Sheba’s will also be open with yummy foods and desserts to offer.
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stop at the Good Life Emporium for natural cotton shirts, sweatshirts, mugs, bags and more. Also the Railroad Store on the corner will be open late offering handmade crafts & antiques by local vendors-designer clothes and sweater coats by Laurel Whitt–and many other beautiful things.
So much to see and many more shops open including Foster’s Antiques, one of the oldest family owned antique stores in Wayne County. Also stop in at Terz for designer t-shirts by artist Jon Terzini. Live deer will be outdoors and Santa will be inside for pictures with children–something for everyone to enjoy.
Watch the video of this event at GoWayneCounty.com. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to usher in the holiday season. This is the first Tuesday of the festival, and run each Tuesday through December 21st 2010.