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Downtown West Newton Inc. presents Miracle on Main Street

Tribune-Review
| Wednesday, November 26, 2014 1:18 p.m

“A Dickens Village” is the theme for Downtown West Newton Inc.’s 2014 Miracle on Main Street from 3-8:30 p.m. Saturday.

The 13th annual holiday event will feature plenty of food, crafts and gift drawings as well as entertainment to delight all ages. Craft shows will be housed at the West Newton Senior Center, the corner of East Main and Water streets; United Presbyterian Church, Main and Third streets; and First United Methodist Church, 109 N. Second St.; plus at sidewalk vendors on Main Street and Second Street.

The aroma of food will fill the air from the many food vendors located on Main and Second streets. Visitors can also satisfy their appetite at local restaurants and bakeries, plus the Moose and First United Methodist Church.

West Newton Station, on Collinsburg Road at the trail, is planning an open house with cookies and holiday items. Simeral Square will be the site of many children’s activities including Holly Jolly Balloons, Colored Hair Extensions by Kelly (nominal fee), story time with Mrs. Claus, cookie decorating (for children 12 and younger), games and prizes.

Take time to stroll the downtown area to take it all in and not miss a thing.

Visitors who spend at least $5 with any participating merchant will be eligible for a free keepsake, a glass ornament hand-painted by local artist LaVerne Weaver. The first 100 customers to redeem their certificate at the DWNI table in Le Grande Banquet Facility will receive an ornament. There will also be commemorative sweatshirts and the limited edition historical West Newton 2015 calendar for sale at the DWNI table.

Le Grande is also the place for the mega-gift basket raffle, the holiday lottery tree and 50/50 raffle.

Let Miracle on Main Street instill and nurture the holiday spirit. Support DWNI and all its efforts in by arriving early and staying late.

Miracle Presenting Sponsors: Commercial Bank, PNC Bank, Erie Insurance, Steve Kenderes and Excela Health.

Miracle Friends for this year’s event: Burtner Jewelers, Megan Pogyor’s Barber Shop, Ives Eyecare Center, Main Street Motors, Arc Weld Inc., Max Environmental Inc., J. William McCauley Jr. Funeral Home, Standard Pharmacy of Belle Vernon, George and Kitty Stout, Downtown West Newton Inc., Le Grande Banquet Facility, West Newton Senior Center, West Newton United Presbyterian Church and Nutrition Inc.

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