This past Saturday in Warner New Hampshire, it was all about Christmas and winter as spirits flew high.
Warner’s Winter Wonderland drew in the crowds with traditional holiday music, crafts, food, artisans, a farmers market, and more. The event was held from 9 in the morning to around 4 PM and many Main Street businesses took part in the festivities.
This was the 9th consecutive year that this event has taken place and involved much of town center’s businesses including Main Street BookEnds, The Local Restaurant, FootHills Restaurant, Beehive Studio, and the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum.
All manner of goods were available across the multiple venues, including food, crafts, and other holiday treats. Warner’s notable Festival of Trees was open yet again and even included a visit from good old Saint Nick.
On top of everything, Schoodacs Coffee and Tea held a raffle where participants submitted tickets before 4 O’Clock. Looks like it was a great time all around.