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Embracing the Holiday Spirit: A Magical Weekend in Harwich βœ¨πŸŽ„

Friday, December 1, 2023

The quaint town of Harwich Port kicks off its Annual Harwich Port Stroll in a symphony of festive melodies. Families gather in Doane Park for the Annual Tree Lighting and Caroling, featuring the Harwich Elementary School Chorus, Pilgrim Masonic Lodge, and Pilgrim Congregational Church. The Christmas Stroll from 5:30 to 8:30 invites all to explore shops, churches, and art galleries, while the Harwich Fire & Police collect toys, food, and donations for the “Homeless for the Holidays” initiative. Santa’s grand arrival at 6:15 marks the pinnacle, followed by a delightful visit with Santa outside the Visitor Information Center and the enchanting Harwich Town Band Concert at TD Bank. πŸŽ…πŸŽΆ

Saturday, December 2nd

Harwich Center takes center stage with the debut of “Dickens of a Christmas: A Christmas Carol in Harwich.” From 12 to 6, Main Street transforms into a live, interactive stroll through Charles Dickens’ classic tale. Vendors and Food Trucks line Brooks Park, offering sustenance and delight. Early birds can explore the Garden Club of Harwich Holiday Boutique, and the day unfolds with a Holiday Bazaar, Open Market at The 204, and Holiday House and Inn Tours. The John McCutcheon Concert for Kids adds a touch of magic, while the day concludes with an Advent Concert and “An Evening with John McCutcheon,” showcasing the folk music maestro’s talents. πŸ•―οΈπŸŽΆ

Sunday, December 3rd

Sunday begins with the Holiday Parade at 12:00, a festive march from Harwich Elementary School to Monomoy High School. The Dickens of a Christmas experience resumes from 2 to 6, captivating Main Street with scenes from Charles Dickens’ timeless tale. Vendors and Food Trucks at Brooks Park provide the perfect conclusion to a weekend filled with holiday spirit, community joy, and the magic of the season. πŸŽ‰πŸšΆβ€β™‚οΈ

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