Safe Harbors of the Hudson will hold its fifth annual “Bells on Broadway” Arts & Crafts Show and Children’s Holiday Festival on Saturday, December 1 from 10 AM to 4 PM in the Ritz Theater Lobby and the historic Green Room in Newburgh. This event is sponsored by Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union and Mid Hudson Times.
“Bells on Broadway” is the perfect opportunity to shop for everyone on your list, bring the little ones to meet Santa and Frosty and get into the holiday spirit. Admittance to this event is free to the public with a nominal fee for photos with Santa and Frosty and holiday snacks. Holiday wreaths will also be available for purchase. Best of all, this event provides a safe, inviting place for neighbors to come together to celebrate the holidays.
Musical Entertainment for the day will include:
Inner Monologue 11am-12:30pm
The Fantasy East Band 2pm-4pm
William “Prez” Bush (time TBD)
This event has become a tradition in Newburgh and kicks off a wonderful array of holiday shopping opportunities in the city’s historic downtown. Not to be missed, Safe Harbors Merry Mixer, which will be held in Ritz Theater Lobby and, along with other local businesses, will be open from 6pm-8pm the night of the Newburgh’s annual tree lighting.
For more information, please contact June Henley at (845) 784-1110 or . Safe Harbors of the Hudson is a nonprofit organization in the City of Newburgh committed to transforming lives and building communities through housing and the arts.
Vendors Needed. If you are interested in becoming a vendor please download the application below and send to:
Safe Harbors of the Hudson, Inc.
Attn: Bells on Broadway
Newburgh NY 12550
Bells on Broadway is sponsored by Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union and Mid Hudson Times
On the same day, nearby….At Washington’s Headquarters it’s the opening day of the renovated Museum and the new exhibit “Unpacked & Rediscovered: Selections from Washington’s Headquarters’ Collection.” On Saturday, December 1st, from 10 AM until 3 PM, the long awaited day will finally arrive when over 1,300 artifacts, many which have not been seen in decades, will be on display once again in the Museum. Please click here to be directed to their facebook page for more information.