Hawley Winterfest returns Dec. 6-8

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The 15th Annual Hawley Winterfest arrives on Dec. 6 with activities planned through Dec. 8. This three-day winter event is one of the most celebrated holiday festivals in northeast Pennsylvania with many activities for the entire family. Winterfest is a one-stop winter wonderland experience reminiscent of an old-fashioned Victorian Christmas. This year’s celebration features many returning  favorites. People can plan to attend popular favorites such as the Virgin Consort, an elegant blend of traditional and Victorian carols and Medieval and Renaissance sacred works; the holiday house tours; horse-and-carriage rides; author book signings; a holiday show at the Ritz Company Playhouse; the 12th Annual Cookie Walk and Victorian Luncheon; the Winterfest Brunch at the Settlers Inn; and more. Free Winterfest Shuttles will make continuous stops from one end of Hawley to the other.  For more detailed information, call the Lake Wallenpaupack Visitors Center at (570) 226-2141. For a complete schedule of events and continuous updates, visit www.HawleyWinterfest.com.

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