Christmastime Is Once Again Taking Over LOVE Park And Dilworth Park

Dated: 11/04/2018

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Christmastime is once again taking over LOVE Park and Dilworth Park for the annual Christmas Village and Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market!

Modeled after traditional European open-air Christmas markets, this shopper’s paradise spreads out across the park, offering gifts and items of all sorts alongside festive treats like warm waffles, gingerbread and mulled wine along with street-side performances, special events each day, festive music to create an inviting holiday setting and ice skating!

Preview weekend on Nov. 17-18 before it opens on a daily basis from Thanksgiving (11/22/18) through Christmas Eve (12/24/18).  READ MORE 

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Dawn Secreto

Dawn Secreto is a PA Realtor® with 8 years of Real Estate Marketing experience, having worked for top developers as a Regional Marketing Director for Crescent Heights as well as Dranoff Properties, S....

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