Tourism Tuesday – Winchester/Frederick County edition with Justin Kerns, our Winchester Tourism Guy and his guests, Shannon Ganoe & Jim Taylor from First Night Winchester
20 December 2016
We were joined in the studio for Tourism Tuesday – Winchester/Frederick County edition with Justin Kerns, our Winchester Tourism Guy and his guests, Shannon Ganoe & Jim Taylor from First Night Winchester. We talked about the 30-year history of Frist Night Winchester along with all the activities and musical performances that will be happening on Saturday, December 31st beginning at 10am. The Robbie Limon Band will headline the evening with 3 performances including the last one leading up to the “apple drop” at midnight.
Buttons will be available for purchase beginning December 21 and running through December 31st. For 10 days only, you’ll be able to buy your buttons for $10 each, children 10 and under are FREE. You can purchase your buttons at the locations below: (Please verify hours with individual locations)
- Apple Blossom Mall Management Office
- Museum of the Shenandoah Valley Gift Shop
- Winchester Book Gallery
- Winchester-Frederick County Visitors Center
- First Night Headquarters – The Old Town Welcome Center, located at: 33 E. Boscawen Street (next to City Hall/around the corner from the Apple Drop), will house the First Night Winchester Headquarters on December 31. You may purchase your buttons here from 5-9 pm. Cash, checks and credit cards will be accepted. There is a $2 convenience fee for each button.
For more information about the schedule of events, parking and other questions, please visit their website: http://firstnightwinchester.com/
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