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So much to see and do in Lansdale!
Activities and attractions abound all year. Weekly concerts in Whites Road Park, a fabulous Farmers Market each Saturday, spring's International Festival and fall's Oktoberfest to benefit the Freight House Restoration, Lansdale Day, The Lansdale Beer Fest, Cars Under the Lights, Bike Night ... the list goes on and on. Visit anytime, and you'll find things to do, places to shop and dine, and some of the friendliest people around.
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Updated Dec. 8, 2020
Walk thru a Window Wonderland this holiday season!
One of Lansdale Borough's most charming traditions, the annual Christmas Tree Display, has arrived, adapted for the COVID era.
(For our Christmas Tree Display page with the latest updates and your vote form, click here.)
Join us in our excitement that another terrific program is being crafted to present Lansdale’s Ninth Annual Christmas Tree Display! This beloved community event is sponsored by Discover Lansdale and hosted by Lansdale’s own businesses on Main & Broad Streets, Lansdale!
Each year, imaginations are turned toward the hosts’ message and/or mission, and this year, “Walking in a Window Wonderland” is a wink and a nod, and actually speaks to commerce and prosperity, and connectedness and community: The Spirit of the Season!
For those unfamiliar with this seasonal presentation, the program was devised as a business-to-business networking opportunity. Area businesses and other types of groups, including local nonprofits, decorate Christmas Trees for the community, and the community views and votes for its favorites!
New Format - A walking store-to-store experience! An anytime “open” schedule! And social distancing too!
This season, visitors and voters for the display will follow a "Window Wonderland Map" posted our website and “Christmas Tree Displays” Facebook Page! Here, you will also learn how to print voting cards to join in on the good spirited competition!
Your guide to this year's 22 trees and their locations, as well as your voting form, is here and below. The display officially opens Dec. 4, helping to kick off Lansdale’s joyous 2020 holiday season!
Come along, and be a part of this highly anticipated and rewarding tradition for our town! We look forward to hearing from you!
— Your Elves
Help restore the historic Freight House
Watch for new volunteer opportunities as work continues at Lansdale's historic Reading Freight House.
The exterior deck and old crane hoist are gone, the Liberty Trail is well underway, and the deck's stone piers, made of the same stone as the building, were saved to be reclaimed.
The old wood flooring is still available for sale, in varying lengths at $6 per foot. And we will be selling souvenir benches made from that wood in the near future. All income goes right to the restoration fund.
Also, please consider donating to the effort. Our goal is to have the venue operational in time for Lansdale's Sesquicentennial Celebration in 2022.