Holiday tradition 'Christmas on the Corner' returns to Port Washington this Saturday with fireworks, parade
PORT WASHINGTON, Wis. (CBS 58) -- This Saturday, Dec. 3, Christmas on the Corner is taking place in downtown Port Washington. There are dozens of things to do along the Franklin St.-- crafts, cookie decorating, caroling and a Santa meet-and-greet.
And make sure you don't miss anything along your stroll, by stopping to take a horse-drawn carriage ride through the picturesque downtown.
At night, it's a sight straight out of a Christmas card.
"Such a magical family event. There's horse-drawn carriage, the window displays, there's crafts and cookies," said Nikki Dudei, the owner of Candid Form.
Their window is decorated fashionably with gnomes to represent the boutique. At Candid Form, kids can come inside to warm up and make a gnome. Other businesses, like Purple Turtle and Best Self Counseling, will have craft spaces for ornament making.
There will also be hot chocolate and cider, and at 6 p.m. is the Christmas parade followed by fireworks.