‘Snowflake Festival’ to return on Dec. 2
KINGSTON >> The Kingston Uptown Business Association will be host the “Annual Snowflake Festival” in the Uptown business district on Dec. 2 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Arriving on a historic fire truck, Santa will light the tree at the corners of Wall and North Front streets at 6 p.m. Immediately following Santa and arriving in a vintage 1937 Ford, will be this year’s 2016 “Light Of Uptown Award” recipients. They are City Historian Edwin Ford and his brother, Bill.
The festival’s main stage, located at Wall and John streets will have free performances from Music Together, CCE’s Engery & Pook, Coleman High School Chorus, Kingston High School Brass Band, Ukraine Dancers, a magician, and a bike raffle.
Throughout the celebration, in other parts of the stockade district, festival-goers can watch “The Ice-Man” create snowflake display with dancing lights and music, Mrs. Claus perform her holiday magic show and “The Heat-Mizer” juggle fire.