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Deadline to order is November 4th, 2023
Use an additional form for additional luminaria.
Luminarias will be displayed in the windows of local businesses
throughout December. Purchasers may pick up their luminarias beginning
December 22 if they wish to have them at home over the holidays or
present them as gifts to their honorees.
Please make payment through Google Pay (FOTWA.Board@google.com), through Venmo (@FOTWA), or by check payable to "FOTWA" and mailed to the address below. Please include your name and "Luminaria" in the notes field of your payment, and, if paying by check, include a printed copy of the e-mail confirmation you will receive upon submitting this form.
53 Spruce St
Westfield, MA 01085
Jeanne’s Dining Commons
Visit with Santa, full breakfast buffet, gift for children, Melha clowns, raffle, face painting, photo with Santa available.
Need a break from the stress of the holiday season? Plan early to attend our second annual Pancake Breakfast! ??
Enjoy delicious pancakes, listen to holiday tunes, take photos in front of our holiday-themed backdrops, and if little one's tag along, they can meet Santa too! All for $10 or less per person! ??
Come enjoy the warmth with us on a chilly Saturday this winter. Tickets will be sold at the door and may be sold in other locations leading up to our event. We can’t wait to see you.
The event will reuse the art walk concept, while combining it with a European-style Christmas market. It will have art, music, shopping and dining elements. At its core is a show at the Olver Transit Pavillion, 10 Arnold St., where local and regional artists will display work inside and around the esplanade. ArtWorks Westfield has hosted a winter art show, “Art in Unusual Places,” at the bus stop for seven years. The art walk component will take place along Elm Street, like ArtoberFest.
“This will be something completely new and different for the city, so we’re pretty psyched about it,” said Westerlind.
This time, artists outdoors will be in tents, shielding them from inclement weather. Not as many artists will be at this event; Westerlind said if everything lines up, there could be around 50.
Other events will coincide with the event, such as the Hutghi at the Nook’s night market at 8 Franklin St., from 2 to 10 p.m. The flea market will have artists and vendors set up in the building, along with food, live jazz, and carolers. Live art demonstrations will also take place at Blended Vintage Marketplace, 48 Elm St.
Gaslight District along Elm Street downtown Westfield MA
This is a FREE event; available to any person or family, who needs to wash their laundry. NO registration is needed.