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Miracle on Main Street (Holiday Event, STT)

November 24, 2014 02:34PM


Registered: 13 years ago
Posts: 1,161

The 22nd Annual Miracle on Main Street to be held on Friday, December 19th.

Miracle on Main Street will kick-off with a traditional arts, crafts and food fair in Emancipation Park beginning at 9:00 AM. Over 70 vendors will participate in this Committee to Revive Our Culture Christmas Fair. There will be several booths featuring food and baked goods with plenty of maubi, guavaberry, tarts of all sorts, sweet breads, candies, and all the favorites. The streets of downtown and Emancipation Park will be filled with the sweet sounds of Holiday music beginning at 12:00 noon. School bands, professional bands, choirs and dance groups will be performing throughout downtown Charlotte Amalie. The Parade of Lighted Boats will set sail the Charlotte Amalie beginning at 6:30 PM.

Re: Miracle on Main Street (Holiday Event, STT)

November 25, 2014 09:08AM

Registered: 4 years ago
Posts: 1,885

Thank you for this information. My family will definitely be going

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