Celebrate the Holidays Federal Hill Style!

| November 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

Federal Hill Main Street Release:  

Federal Hill is gearing up for the holidays! Everyone’s favorite shopping event, MOONLIGHT MADNESS, is Friday, December 14, 8 pm to midnight. And, this year, we’ve added a TREE LIGHTING event to kick things off at 7 pm, featuring Santa!

You’ll want to visit the many locally owned shops and galleries throughout Federal Hill that are staying open late and offering specials, discounts, and refreshments. You can find wonderful and imaginative gifts for everyone on your list. From original jewelry to creative home goods to attractive linens, clothing, accessories, we’ve got it all! “Larksong” carolers in Victorian-era dress will stroll the streets and serenade shoppers.

Back by popular demand: the Moonlight Madness passport! Get it stamped at local businesses while shopping on December 14th, turn it in by midnight at Main Street (42 E.Cross Street), and be entered to win a goody bag of Federal Hill items. Federal Hill Main Street is open until midnight with refreshments and free gift wrapping.

A collaboration of Federal Hill Neighborhood Association, SoBo Kids, and Federal Hill Main Street, the Tree Lighting will be fun for all ages. Come at 7 pm to the South Baltimore Recreation Center Park at Cross and Light for some caroling, hot chocolate & cookies, and a visit from Santa himself! Kids are invited to make a decoration for the tree. These can be dropped off in advance at Main Street, or bring them with you and we’ll put it on the tree during the lighting ceremony.

Another Federal Hill holiday tradition, Festive Flavorsa Tasty Tour of Federal Hill, is Tuesday, Dec. 4, 6-10 pm. Groups travel to 7 different local businesses to enjoy food, drink, and fun!

For more info: visit www.historicfederalhill.org or call 410-727-4500.

Federal Hill Main Street is a national award winning nonprofit organization focused on community revitalization in the Federal Hill area of Baltimore.

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