Curwensville Home for the Holidays Promises Old-fashioned Fun

CURWENSVILLE – Before all of the hustle and bustle that the holidays bring, folks in Curwensville want everyone to experience old-fashioned family fun in a small town that is the true meaning of the holidays.

Imagine a place where businesses will welcome you with old-fashioned service to help you find your spirit. Curwensville welcomes everyone to town to experience this and more for their fourth annual Home for the Holidays.

Plenty of events are scheduled to get everyone into the holiday spirit. From a $1,000 shopping spree contest to crafting, good foods and spirits to great holiday gift ideas, Curwensville has it all!

Look below for a full slate of events planned for the three-day event, Nov. 6,7 and 8, and you’ll also find a list of businesses and organizations participating in Home for the Holidays.



                                    6th Annual
                                CURWENSVILLE
                        HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
                        November 6th, 7th and 8th

“Holiday Open Houses”
Bouquets by Jill
The Strawberry Tree
Curwensville Florist
Curwensville True Value
Kay’s Quilter’s Stash
Curwensville Feed Store
City Drugs of Curwensville
Tie The Knot Bridal Shop
Clearfield Bank & Trust
Aletta’s Farm Market
Gates Hardware
Mary’s Mercantile
Starr Hill Vineyard & Winery
Lezzer Lumber
Korb House Museum
Champions Choice Sports

                     

Curwensville Home for the Holidays Events Include:

Thursday, Nov. 6th
• Webkinz Coloring Contest at Curwensville Florist
• Daily dining specials at The Branding Iron
• Pick up entries for Cash for the Holidays Scavenger Hunt, Chester C. Chidboy Funeral Home, Inc. 10 am – 5 pm
• Cash and Carry Discounts at Bouquets by Jill
• Kay’s Quilters Stash demonstrations and quick gift ideas
• Coloring Contest Display at City Drugs of Curwensville
• Sloppy joes and fries, $4 lunch special at Adam’s Golden Grill
• Register to win $1000 shopping spree at Gates Hardware
• Curwensville Feed Store—Find out how to win WoodyMax Muck Boots
• Discounts throughout the store at Tie The Knot Bridal Shoppe & Formals
• Prize window display at The Progress
• DJ’s Pizza lunch-time specials
• Food sampling and doorprizes at Mary’s Mercantile
• Goodman’s Foodliner prize drawings
• Register for $100 gift certificate at The Strawberry Tree
• Food Pantry Collection—Donate nonperishable or canned food at any participating business and win a quilt from Kay’s Quilter’s Stash
• Win a ton of fuel (coal or wood pellets)—Chances available at participating businesses. Donated by Curwensville Feed Store to benefit Curwensville Ministerium Fuel Fund.
• 7 PM-Curwensville Ministerium Fuel Fund Benefit Concert at Curwensville High School auditorium

        

Friday, November 7th
• Pick up entry form for Cash for the Holidays Scavenger Hunt from Chester C. Chidboy Funeral Home, Inc., 10 am – 5 pm
• Win a ton of fuel (coal or wood). Chances available at participating businesses. Donated by Curwensville Feed Store to benefit Curwensville Ministerium Fuel Fund.
• Register to win $100 gift certificate at The Strawberry Tree
• Quick gift idea demos at Kay’s Quilter’s Stash
• Tie The Knot Bridal Shoppe & Formals discounts throughout the store
• Blue Seal Feeds Rep answers your questions at Curwensville Feed Store. Find out how to win a pair of Muck Boots
• Enter Webkinz Coloring Contest and door prize contest at Curwensville Florist
• Food sampling at Mary’s Mercantile
• Noon – 5 pm coffee sampling at Bouquets by Jill
• Spaghetti and meatball lunch at Adam’s Golden Grill $3
• Cookies and punch at Customer Appreciation open house, Clearfield Bank & Trust
• Register to win $1000 shopping spree at Gates Hardware
• Lunchtime Specials at DJ’s Pizza
• City Drugs of Curwensville Coloring Contest
• Prize Display Window at The Progress
• The Branding Iron dining specials
• Prize drawings at Goodman’s Foodliner
• Donate nonperishable or canned food at any participating business to benefit Food Pantry and be eligible to win a Christmas quilt from Kay’s Quilter’s Stash
• 5-9 p.m.- Tour the historic Samuel Arnold residence at 850 State Street, home of Don and Denise O’Dell. Collections for Orphans of The Storm and Toys for Tots.
• 6:30 – 8:30 pm – Evening Light Historic Church Tour of St. Timothy’s Catholic Church, Grace Lutheran Church, Curwensville United Methodist Church and Curwensville Presbyterian Church. Tour at your own pace. Free. Start at any of the locations. Maps available at churches. Hosts will present brief histories and background of their respective churches.
• 7 pm – Free children’s movie. “The Polar Express” at Curwensville Elementary gym. Snacks available at small charge. Sponsored by Curwensville PTC

Sat., Nov. 8th
• Prize display in The Progress window
• Register to win $1000 shopping spree at Gates Hardware
• Quick gift demos at Kay’s Quilter’s Stash
• Mary’s Mercantile samplings and door prizes
• Storewide discounts at Tie The Knot Bridal Shoppe & Formals
• Curwensville Florist Open House and Webkinz Contest
• Win a pair of Mucks. Q&A with the Blue Seal Feeds rep at Curwensville Feed Store.
• Register to win $100 gift certificate at The Strawberry Tree
• 9 a.m. – ? Baked goods sale at Goodman’s Foodliner given by Curwensville BPW to benefit the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life
• 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Chester C. Chidboy Funeral Home, Inc., Cash for the Holidays Scavenger Hunt
• 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. Breakfast with Santa at St. Timothy’s Catholic Church. Get your picture taken with Santa. Crafts, Cookie decorating. $5/child. Reservations required. 236-1845
• 1:30 – 4 p.m. CMA Church Wonderful Wacky Fall Festival for Kids. Children play while Mom shops. No cost. Registration encouraged but not required. Phone 236-2665. For children ages 4 – 12. Crafts, snacks, stories.
• 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Coffee and gourmet food samplings at Bouquets by Jill. Door prizes and discounts.
• 9 a.m. – noon Free coffee in complimentary mug at Uptown Videos sponsored by Gates Hardware
• 10 a.m. – noon Korb House Museum Book Signing. Author Julie Rickard will be signing her latest book “Around Curwensville”.
• 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Historic home tour will be given at the original Samuel Arnold residence at 850 State Street. Owners Don and Denise O’Dell will share their historic restoration of their Victorian home. Free will collections for Orphans of the Storm and Toys for Tots will be taken.
• 10 a.m. – noon Fingerprinting of children at City Drugs of Curwensville. Free. Sponsored by City Drug Store. Coloring contest entries on display.
• Lunchtime specials at DJ’s Pizza
• The Branding Iron dining specials
• $1.50 hotdog, chips and drink at Adam’s Golden Grill
• 1 pm – 4 pm Make a Victorian ornament at the Korb House Museum
• Caramel apples and hot spiced cider at Aletta’s Farm Market. Robin will be there with her rugs, too.
• 1 pm – 5 pm. Starr Hill Winery Tour d’Tanks: $10 for one hour tour and wine glass plus live musical entertainment
• Prize drawings at Goodman’s Foodliner
• Buy a chance and win a ton of fuel. Benefits Curwensville Ministerium Fuel Fund. Chances available at participating businesses.
• SANTA CLAUS WITH RUDOLPH AND LITTLE RUDY IN TOWN TODAY!!





  • Additional Participants:
    Kevin A. Beardsley Funeral Home, Lezzer Lumber, Wok!W 102.9, St. Timothy’s Youth Group, Clearfield County Recreation and Tourism Authority, www.visitclearfieldcounty.org, JM Studios, The Progress


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