Caroling in Waldoboro

Dec 16, 2013
Caroling in Waldoboro begins at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 22 at the corner of Main and Jefferson streets.

Waldoboro — Caroling will begin at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 22 in anticipation of Santa’s arrival.

Join in on the fun when a group of hardy folks sing Christmas carols on the corner of Main and Jefferson streets. The Waldoboro Business Association will provide the written words to the songs, along with flashlights or headlamps.

The Waldoboro Volunteer Fire Department plans to have a parade of fire engines starting from the Fire Station at 6 p.m. that will bring Santa to the downtown location, next to Mrs. Santa’s Bake Shop.

Students of the Miller School have prepared artwork that will be projected onto the side of the Philippe Guillerm Studio (previously the Camden National Bank building); while the YMCA will be bringing hot chocolate, to keep folks warm. Charlotte Davenhill of the Tidemark Gallery has perfected the technique used to do the projection, especially for this event.

The Super Clam Hod has been brought back to Waldoboro and will be lit up that evening by the town office/fire station. After the caroling, take time to walk down Friendship Street to see decorated windows (many have clam hods on display as a tribute to the town's clamming industry) and stop into the Lower Deck or the Narrows Tavern to warm up and visit with friends.

The Tidemark Gallery is having their end of year celebration Saturday, Dec. 21.

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