Kimberley Vassal Insurance Services, located in Chadds Ford, produces these awesome beer review video’s every other month. This month the beer snob, Bill Jeppe, reviews two Christmas themed beers; Rogue’ Santa’s Private Reserve Ale and Goose Island’ Christmas Ale. Both beers are perfect for the holiday season! For a free local Business, Auto, Home, or Life insurance quote visit http://www.kimberleyvassal.com, Enjoy the review!
Here are some local places to find the perfect Christmas tree this holiday season! For more information check out the original article posted by WestChester.Patch.com by clicking here.
- Wiggins Christmas Trees: A family operation since 1972, Wiggins Christmas Trees are grown locally in Chester County. They supply both pre-chopped, at a lot located at 1301 West Chester Pike, and cut-your-own trees. Though cutting down your own tree is a bit more expensive — $45 versus as little as $19.95 for a pre-cut tree — it may provide a memorable family experience. The cut-your-own lot is located at 1257 Westtown Thronton Rd.
- Tricolor Tree Farm: Tricolor Tree Farm is located just outside West Chester — 1480 Hall Rd. — and offers cut-your-own Christmas trees. Not only can you cut down your own tree, but there’s hot chocolate, provided saws and weekend hayrides. The farm is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. until dark.
- Buck Run Evergreen Farms: Buck Run Evergreen Farms, 1479 Hall Rd., has a lot where you can buy your own trees. It’s open on weekends until Dec. 23.
- Holiday Hayride at Arasapha Farm (mywestchesterpatown.com)
- Christmas Tree Safety (kimberleyvassalinsurance.wordpress.com)
Don’t miss all the fun happening this holiday season! Below are a couple events happening around the West Chester area over the next couple days, Hope to see you there!
Holiday Triple Threat
- When: Saturday, Dec. 15 at 2 p.m.
- Where: Church and Market Street, West Chester
- Why Go: Choose your race. Race as a three-member team through the downtown West Chester loop or race as an individual runner and attempt to trump the relays to win it all. A portion of this race benefits the Great Guys Group, a non-profit organization dedicated to Bringing Hope Home by financially supporting families battling cancer in the Philadelphia area.
- Cost: $20 – $90 *depends on when and how you register.
- When: Thursday, Dec. 13 at 1 p.m.; Saturday, Dec. 15 at 2 and 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 16 at 2 p.m.
- Where: Henderson Senior High School, West Chester
- Why Go: The Chester County Ballet Company presents The Nutcracker. For reserved tickets, please call the box office at 610-431-2333.
- Cost: $7 – $50
- When: Dec. 7 – Dec. 16
- Where: Emilie K. Asplundh Concert Hall, 700 South High St.
- Why Go: Enjoy an all-ages cast of over 80 dancers and actors create and bring to life The Nutcracker. As the narrative unfolds, comical high jinx, holiday fun, and lavishly genteel romance transpire against a backdrop of antique decors and picturesquely animated action. All of the elements combine to make Brandywine Ballet’s The Nutcracker a favorite among local audiences.
- Cost: $25, $30, $40
- When: Weekends
- Where: Market Street Station in West Chester
- Why Go: Join Santa for a 90-minute journey through the Chester Creek Valley on West Chester’s excursion train. Heated cars and live music add to the fun with Santa. Go to West Chester Railroad for details.
- Cost: $6, $13, $20
- Holiday Events Happening at WCU (mywestchesterpatown.com)
- At the Nutcracker (ariel51.wordpress.com)
Now through the end of January, the “Art is for Giving” holiday show will be on display! The seventh annual show features a collection of original works by a variety of regional artists, popularly-priced under $500 each. Support the Arts this season as you practice the art of thoughtful giving. Also the Artists’ Reception will be taking place on December 12 from 5:00 to 8:30pm and will be Open to the public. For more information on the holiday event visit http://www.thearttrust.com or click here.
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Now through the end of the holiday season, local insurance agency Kimberley Vassal, will donate $10 on your behalf to Philabundance for every Home, Auto, or Business referral received! You can Click Here to learn more about this great organization that is helping to feed families across the area. To refer a friend visit our referral page by clicking here. Below is an exert from Philabundance.org, along with a video of Kimberley Vassal owners John and Greg explaining the referral program in more detail.
There are almost a million people in the Delaware Valley who face hunger every day. Whether it be working families hit hard by the recession or women and children, seniors trying to make ends meet. The one thing they have in common is being part of a food system that desperately needs additional support. Within the Delaware Valley, Philabundance has experienced 26 percent more people coming to us for food compared to last year. Philabundance was created in 1984 with the simple belief that no man, woman or child should go hungry.
- Refer a Friend to KVIS (kimberleyvassalinsurance.wordpress.com)
- Uber Philly Phood Drive (uber.com)
Little Sprout’s Village is offering a Holiday Art & Craft workshop for children on Thursday, Dec 15 9:30a to 11:00a. They will immerse you in the holiday spirit by creating a festive and unique craft each week, including learning about different holiday traditions from around the world. During registration, they encourage you to let them know whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah or some other holiday or have special holiday traditions. Children will be able to share their unique holiday experiences during class and learn about how other families embrace this special time of year. For more information call (484) 639-9202.
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