WINTER VILLAGE ENTERTAINMENT
& ACTIVITIES

Check out our 2021 calendar of events!

PARKING INFO:

From November 26 through December 19 enjoy FREE PARKING at parking meters on

Black Friday, and Saturdays and Sundays only.

(Promotion does NOT apply to parking garages.)

Both downtown parking garages are 50 cents an hour after 5 pm.

Regular hourly rates charged from 5 am - 5 pm. 

Go HERE for parking information.

*Special Winter Village Event Hours on Black Friday (11/26): Noon - 8pm*

Weekend 1 | November 19-21: Opening Weekend

November 19

5-7 pm – Swing Time Dolls

November 20

1-1:30 pm – Opening Ceremonies
1-3 pm – Lehigh Valley Italian American Band
5-7 pm - Vocals by Corinne

November 21

1-3 pm - Antebellum Marine Band

Weekend 2 | November 26-28: Peace Candle Lighting Weekend

November 26 - Special Event Hours - noon - 8 pm!

1-3 pm – Olde Town Carolers strolling entertainment
3-5 pm – Lehigh Valley Italian American Band
6 pm – Santa Parade – walk with Santa, Easton Mayor Sal Panto, members of the Bachmann Players and the Big Easy Easton Brass Band in a Parade of Lights from the stage in Centre Square down to Scott Park along the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers to light the First Christmas Tree. 

After parade: Surprise visits by Santa - Santa will make surprise visits at downtown restaurants.  Where will Santa pop up? 


November 27: Small Business Saturday

Please shop local at our 40+ downtown retailers

 

Noon – Santa and the Big Easy Easton Brass Band parade up Northampton St. from the Grand Eastonian to the stage in Centre Square, before circling around the square, then heading up to the Easton Public Market and over to the Sigal Museum.
1-6 pm   Sigal Museum - Photos with Santa featuring professional Photographer Marie McLean ($29 pay at door - cash/credit). Face masks required in museum.
Noon – 4 pm – Visit with Santa’s Reindeer in Centre Square
1–3 pm - Little Brass Band strolling entertainment

2 – 8 pm – Carriage Rides with Cinderella - SOLD OUT
4-5 pm - Easton Municipal Band

4:30 pm - Easton Area High School String Ensemble at First United Church of Christ
4-7:30 pm - Grins & Grins Stilt Walkers 

4-8 pmCops 'N Kids Reading Room at the Sigal Museum
4-8 pm - Ice Carvers

5-6:30 pm - Sing for America
6:30 pm – Peace Candle Lighting Ceremony presented by IBEW Local 102. Sing for America will invite the audience to join them in singing "Let There be Peace on Earth." 
All Day - Stuff the Bus by Family Connection of Easton – located outside The Crayola Experience

 

November 28 

10 am – Noon - Santa strolling around the Easton Public Market
11 am & 1 pm - Princess and Me Tea at the Grand Eastonian - $40 per person (advance ticket required)
Noon – 2 pm - Sigal Museum – Photos with Santa featuring professional Photographer Marie McLean ($29 pay at door - cash/credit). 
Face masks required in museum.
2:30-3:30 pm - Crafts with Mosaic Mary at the Sigal Museum – $15/child (pay at door, cash only) - recommended for elementary aged children  

All Day - Stuff the Bus by Family Connection of Easton – located outside The Crayola Experience

Weekend 3 | December 3-5: It’s Christmas Time in the City

December 3

4-8 pm - Sigal Museum - Photos with Santa featuring professional Photographer Marie McLean ($29 pay at door - cash/credit). Face masks required in museum.
4-6 pm - Good Shepard Lutheran and St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Choir combined choirs performing
5-7 pm - Grins and Grins Stilt Walkers
6-8 pm - Patrick Palladian performing 


December 4

Noon - 8 pm - Dunkin’ coffee truck offering free samples of peppermint mocha & toasted white chocolate hot coffees.
1-4 pm - Sigal Museum - Photos with Santa featuring professional photographer Marie McLean ($29 pay at door - cash/credit). Face masks required in museum.
1-4 pm - Sing for America performing
1-4 pm - Glass blower

1-4 pm - Cops 'N Kids Reading Room at the Sigal Museum (face masks required in museum)
2-4 pm - Buddy the Elf performing
3-5 pm - Sweet Adelines (strolling)
5-7 pm - Corinne Mammana’s Christmas Jazz Trio performing

 

December 5 

Noon – 6 pm – Cinderella Carriage Rides - SOLD OUT

12:30-1:30 pm -  Crafts with Mosaic Mary at SmARTivities Showcase – $15/child (pay at door, cash only) - recommended for elementary aged children
3-5 pm – Belle performing

Weekend 4 | December 10-12: Walking in a Winter Wonderland

December 10

4–8 pm - Sigal Museum - Photos with Santa featuring professional Photographer Marie McLean ($29 pay at door - cash/credit). Face masks required in museum.
4-6 pm - Lisa Dellarosa performing

4 - 7 pm - Cops 'N Kids Reading Room at the Sigal Museum (face masks required in museum)
5:30 – 7:30 pm - Little Brass Band (strolling)

December 11

1-1:30 pm - Lafayette Cadence performing
4-7 pm - A visit from The Grinch
5-7 pm - Jillian Rossi performing

December 12

1-3 pm - Sigal Museum - Photos with Santa featuring professional Photographer Marie McLean ($29 pay at door - cash/credit). Face masks required in museum.

1- 3 pm - Cops 'N Kids Reading Room at the Sigal Museum
2-3 pm Students of Corinne Mammana performing
Appearance by Frosty the Snowman

Weekend 5 | December 17-19: Frosted Over

December 17

6 pm - Downtown Carol Sing at Trinity Episcopal Church
6 pm - Good Shepard and St. Paul’s Lutheran Churches Choir and Bell Choir performing

December 18

1-4 pm - Glass blowing
1-1:45 pm - Lilly Hercik performing
1-4 pm - Sigal Museum - Photos with Santa featuring professional Photographer Marie McLean ($29 pay at door - cash/credit). Face masks required in museum.

1-3 pm - Cops 'N Kids Reading Room at the Sigal Museum (face masks required in museum)
2-8 pm - Cinderella Carriage Rides - SOLD OUT
3-5 pm - Little Brass Band performing

December 19

Noon–4 pm - Ice carvers
2 pm - Frozen skit on stage
3-5:30 pmSigal Museum - Photos with Santa featuring professional Photographer Marie McLean ($29 pay at door - cash/credit). Face masks required in museum.

3-6 pm - Cops 'N Kids Reading Room at the Sigal Museum (face masks required in museum)
6 pm – Meet Santa our front of the Sigal Musuem to send off Santa in a parade lead by the Big Easy Easton Brass Band as he returns to the North Pole to finish preparing for Christmas

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SHOP VENDORS
Visit the huts in Centre Square for your holiday shopping and treats.
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SPONSORS
The Winter Village wouldn't be possible without them!
ICE SKATING
Have fun under the lights.

Take a twirl around the 40' x 60' (synthetic) rink

on Northampton Street.

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