WinterFest

Noon to 3:30 in Orsini Park

Join Santa and bagpipers for our annual Pet Parade. We step off from Orsini Park and return so kids can visit with Santa. There will be Fire Pits courtesy of the Boy Scouts and free carriage rides for kids. Hang your handmade ornament on the Community Tree under the gazebo and enjoy treats from Adirondack Kettle Korn.

Food Trucks: Flacos Tacos, Sustainable Eats, the Cookie House will be here, weather permitting.

Noon to 3:00 at the Altamont Free Library

Warm up with crafts for kids thanks to the Girl Scouts and check out the kids-crafted gingerbread houses. Bring a personal care item for the Caring Closet drop box.

Noon to 3:30 in St. John’s Lutheran

Crafts for kids: ornament making and other activities. Bake sale and Carols on the Carillon every hour.

Noon to 4:00 in the Masonic Hall

Visit with friends. Warm-up with cider and donuts. Vote on your favorite tree in the Festival of Trees. Bid on a beautiful decorated wreath or try your chance at the Made in Altamont raffle prize. Don’t forget to write your letter to Santa using our special express-mailbox.

3:30 to close at the Reformed Church

Living Nativity with live animals and scriptural readings.

Volunteers Needed!!

Email altamontcommunitytradition@yahoo.com for more information.

Support the sponsors who support our community

Many thanks to individual donors:

Keith Lee and Jim Gaughan

Our events and activities are only possible because the generous contributions by businesses and individuals. If you would like to sponsor our event, or contribute to our Community Grant Fund, please contact altamontcommunitytradition@yahoo (dot) com.

Strengthen the bonds within our community! Your ideas and contributions will make for events that reflect your taste and interests. If you’d like to be added to the list for outreach, please contact us.