Winter WonderFest, which lit up the Lewes area last year, promises to be bigger and brighter this holiday season, with more lights, more carnival rides and even a real ice-skating rink instead of the one that used synthetic “ice” in 2016. The festival, which raises money for local nonprofits, will run from Nov. 17 to Jan. 1.
“We look at this as a cultural event for Delaware, providing locals and visitors something to do during the holidays,” says Peter Briccotto, executive producer of the festival. “This is such a community-oriented area, and people just want to connect and get out of the house. You just have to give them a reason. We were thrilled with the turnout last year, and we hope to build on that this year.”
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