HURLEYVILLE—Hurleyville became a holiday haven during the annual Holiday in Hurleyville celebration, bringing joy to locals and visitors. The event, filled with fun activities, made the small …
HURLEYVILLE—Hurleyville became a holiday haven during the annual Holiday in Hurleyville celebration, bringing joy to locals and visitors. The event, filled with fun activities, made the small town feel like a winter wonderland.
Despite all the worries in the world, Holiday in Hurleyville gave folks a chance to feel the real holiday spirit. It was a time to come together and celebrate the end of the year with loved ones. The best part? Most of the activities were free, making the festivities accessible to everyone.
Main Street buzzed with excitement as people shopped for holiday goodies. Families with little ones flocked to the Hurleyville Performing Arts Center to meet Santa Claus and share their Christmas wishes. The street also saw the unexpected appearance of festive characters like a gingerbread man and the Grinch.
If you arrived with an appetite, you could have enjoyed a meal at The Pickled Owl, La Salumina, Casa Mia or Tango Cafe.
Gallery 222 became a hub of creativity with crafting activities for all ages and heading to enjoy classic holiday tunes on vinyl at All That Glitters Is Old; there was something for everyone. The Hurleyville General Store even had a pop-up Waffle Shack for a tasty treat.
The holiday spirit extended beyond Main Street with a Holiday History Hike on the Western Rail Trail, dance performances at Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre (HPAC), and live music at the Sullivan County Museum.
Crafting a holiday woodland owl with Friends of the Garden at Homestead Collaborative College High School and a live performance by Cris Spinner at the Hurleyville General Store added to the fun.
The day ended with the Great Tree and Menorah Lighting, accompanied by music from Partymaster. Luminaria lit up the rail trail, creating a magical atmosphere to wrap up Holiday in Hurleyville.
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