Keystone throws a Winter Carnival with Santa and fireworks to kick off the holiday season
KEYSTONE — Saturday, Nov. 30, is the day to get in the holiday spirit with a full schedule of winter revelry for Keystone’s Winter Carnival and Lighting of River Run. Families can experience live music, face painting, a photo booth, crafts and games throughout Warren Station and River Run Village.
The fun begins at 3 p.m. in the ballroom with Sven Jorgensen performing his circus and magic acts as the young and old snack on complimentary kettle corn and hot chocolate. Warren Station also will host bluegrass band Tara Rose and the Real Deal until 6 p.m.
In the village, Watch the first Kidtopia Parade of the season at 4, and meet Santa while enjoying Summit High School carolers, hot cocoa and cookies at 4:15. Be sure to grab special antler headgear to get fully into the mood.
After visiting with Santa, the festivities conclude with the holiday tree lighting at 5:15 and fireworks launched into the air at 7.
Visit warrenstation.com for more information.
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