Ridgewood WinterFest

ridgewood-winterfest32016 Ridgewood Guild Winterfest  •  Saturday, November 26, 2016 

On Saturday, November 26, 2015 The Ridgewood Guild will sponsor its sixth annual Winterfest, to coincide with Small Business Saturday! Grab the kids and shop local, stroll through the park and take in the decorations, ice sculptures, horse drawn hayrides around town, cookies, candy canes, complimentary hot chocolate, a trackless train ride and so much more! Enjoy special holiday performances by The Orpheus Club Men’s Chorus in Memorial Park at Van Neste Square. Here are a few events to look forward to:

santa christmas8am-10am: Breakfast with Santa
The Office Beer Bar & Grill. Reservations required 201-670-1070.

10am-1pm: Santa visits Ridgewood in a big red fire truck
Meet him at Columbia Bank, 60 S. Broad Street.
Gift for all the little kids.

10:30am: FREE MOVIE
A classic movie the entire family will love: Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory,
Warner Bow Tie Theatre. Click for more info.



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