2010 Winter Festival Sponsored by The Twin River Town Project


New Hope PA and Lambertville NJ Winter Festival

The 2010 Winter Festival has discovered a very special locally grown singer songwriter from Hopewell, NJ, who will headline this year's annual concert. Winter Festival and WXPN have partnered to offer XPN: Welcomes Danielia Cotton on Friday January 29th at the Stephen Buck Theater, New Hope, PA. Danielia Cotton's natural talent ‐‐ raw, searing vocal chops combined with a deep, buttery tone-highlight her rock, jazz, and blues roots. WXPN/Philadelphia, home to the nationally syndicated World Café, named her "Artist to Watch". Her soulful rock performance will be the perfect start to your 2010 Winter Festival weekend. Local favorite; JB Kline Band will be the opening act.

They have two new ticketed events this year: The Inn at Lambertville Station Presents: Taste of Winter Fest, Thursday night January 28th from 7pm to 9pm, this new event offers a warm and savory evening of gourmet food and fine wines. The Inn at Lambertville Station has secured many wines exclusively for this event. Their Winter Fest Reserve Wine List will be offered for this evening only as well as local favorite, Unionville Winery. River Horse Brewery and Triumph Brewery will also be offering their exclusive Winter Fest products as well. Savory dishes will be offered in a live table format from seven exquisite local restaurants. A live vocal performance by local Mary Szczesniak accompanied by Tom Bateman will complete this warm Thursday evening. This exclusive event is limited to 125 patrons. This year Winter Festival will kick off slightly earlier with The Greater New Hope Chamber of Commerce presents: Fire and Ice Ball. This modestly priced dress to impress event will be held on Saturday, January 23rd at the New Hope Arts Center. Local DJ Josh Eschen will spin crowd favorites; also includes light refreshments, cash bar, and a dance contest.

New Hope Parks & Recreation Presents: Come To The Cabaret! Saturday night, January 30th Lindsey Meredith Buffa from the Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, PA, will perform standards as well as Broadway show tunes in one unforgettable show! Ms. Buffa has played several leading roles ranging from Evita to A Chorus Line. The Cabaret committee is pleased to offer this local classically trained vocalist during their fine dining dinner at The Nevermore.
For complete information and to buy tickets, visit http://www.winterfestival.net

About Twin River Town Projects;

Twin Rivertown Projects, Inc. is a 501c Non‐ Profit Corporation of hard‐working and fun loving New
Hope, PA and Lambertville, NJ business owners, residents and other good spirited people who live in the

They have three goals:

  • To provide a healthy, invigorating cold‐weather experience in our river town communities
  • To demonstrate that our multi‐faceted communities are alive and well in the winter
    months with exciting and diverse activities
  • To raise funds and awareness for other local non‐profit organizations

They have selected the New Hope, Lambertville, and Solebury Parks and Recreation Departments and local food bank: Fisherman's Mark, as the primary recipients of our proceeds this year. Winter Festival also benefits other community organizations such as Social Services, Schools, Fire, Police and Rescue organizations. This year, they are hosting a Food Drive for Fisherman's Mark. Bring a non perishable food item to the festival and place in blue donation canisters located at most festival events and along the parade route.

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