The Winter Festival Parade will be on Saturday, Jan. 24 at 12 p.m. It will begin at the New Hope-Solebury High School and continue over the bridge into Lambertville. The parade will feature Mummers bands, dance groups, marching bands and a variety of imaginative floats.
Also on Saturday, St John’s Church on Bridge Street in Lambertville will be holding a variety of dance and theater performances. Watch Tuckers’ Tale Puppet Theater, followed by a winter-themed ballet performance by members of the Roxey Ballet and students from the Mill Ballet. Members of the Downtown Performing Arts Center will be performing 'Frosty and Rudolph'. If you are a fan of Glee, then don’t miss the Downtown Performing Arts Center Glee choir. All the performances at St. John’s Church are free.
On Sunday morning, New Hope-Solebury High School will be hosting an all you can eat pancake breakfast. You can buy tickets in advanced or at the door. While you’re there, make sure to check out the Snow Folk Art exhibition. The Snow Folk are made by contestants of all ages and awards will be handed out during the breakfast.
Live ice carvings by award winning artists, Fear No Ice, will be set up throughout the weekend in various locations in New Hope and Lambertville.
The Winter Festival is Saturday, Jan. 19-27. For more information including the schedule and locations of these and other Winter Festival events, visit the festival’s website at www.winterfestival.net.