The Logan Inn will once again be hosting the annual Christmas tree lighting in New Hope, with hot cocoa, choral music and the traditional visit by Santa, who arrives courtesy of the Eagle Volunteer Fire Company.
It all starts at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday near the corner of South Main and West Ferry streets outside the Logan Inn. Music and refreshments will keep guests busy until Santa arrives shortly after 6 p.m., when the countdown to the tree lighting with New Hope Mayor Larry Keller begins.
“We are pleased to continue this wonderful New Hope holiday tradition,” remarked Jeanne and Frank Cretella, owners of Logan Inn parent Landmark Hospitality. “We invite everyone in the community to come and join us in celebrating the season.”
Incoming Constable Frank DeLuca will once again reprise his role as Santa to hear the holiday wishes of local children and hand out treats.
The Logan Inn is located at 10 W. Ferry St.; phone (215) 862-2300.
You are so silly Scotty. Everyone knows it was the wonderful Mechanic St. Merchants who are responsible for the Christmas and all other festivities held here in New Hope.
One only needs to strike up a friendly chat with the shop owners to see the true meaning of giving…..not to mention ….getting! We’re just so grateful that those peanut eating dirt bags that “Hold Court” up the street aren’t involved. The event would surely then go to hell in a hand basket.
I’d like to start the recriminations early… Who paid for the lights, the lift to install the lights and what local criminals were involved based on events from previous years?
Just wanted to go ahead and get that started. Or as an alternative if everyone involved in this year’s tree lighting could go ahead and list their expectations and who is paying for what, when and by when. Past issues and considerations should be excluded.
Happy Thanksgiving & Merry Christmas!