Trains of Williamsburg to be held Dec. 8-9

December 1st, 2006    Author: Staff Report    Filed Under: News

The annual “Trains of Williamsburg” Christmas Walk steams into the village this weekend.

Williamsburg Mayor Mary Ann Lefker said the annual Christmas celebration has been a 20-year-old tradition in the village and that everyone is invited to attend.

“The ‘Trains of Williamsburg’ is a community walk designed to bring attention to the businesses in the village and a way for residents to enjoy the holiday,” she said. “More than 20 local businesses will have train displays in their street-front windows this year, and once again, we have numerous family activities planned for this weekend.”

The celebration, taking place Dec. 8-9, will include fire truck rides, a live nativity scene, a silent auction, musical performances by the school band, baked goods, Christmas carols, strolling musicians, train displays, and of course, Santa Claus.”

The train displays in shop windows are a big draw for kids and adults alike," Lefker said.

The celebration will begin at 5 p.m. on Dec. 8 and 9 a.m. Dec. 9.

For a full listing of activities and events, call (513) 724-6107 or go online at
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