continued “Participation almost doubled in 2011 and we hope to see even more join in the fun this year,” Bartlett said. “People are encouraged to bring their own equipment, although there will be some equipment available for use by the public.”
There will also be refreshments available as well as raffles for donated prizes. People can register for prizes in the public parking lot next to the Elks building. The drawing for the prizes will be held at 1:30 p.m.
“WinterFest is free to all, but we do encourage you to bring a donation for the Ticonderoga Food Pantry,” Bartlett said. “We suggest either $2 or two non-perishable food items.”
Getting into the Winter Fest spirit, the chamber will organize local businesses to offer discounts and specials on that day.