2014 Holiday Traditions
• Friday, November 21~ 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Downtown Wadsworth presents Candlelight Walk 2014 Downtown Wadsworth
Enjoy a traditional holiday celebration with your family in Historic Downtown Wadsworth! Special guest Santa Claus himself will arrive in style for an evening of family fun.
• Saturday, November 22 ~ 9:00-12:30 p.m.
Downtown Wadsworth presents Jingle Bell Jaunt,
Holiday Parade & Breakfast with Santa
Downtown Wadsworth First, purchase jingle bells for $1and hop on the Jingle Bell Carriage for a ride through town from 9:00-10:00a.m. Next, watch the holiday parade, kicking off at 11:00a.m., and then have lunch with Santa (for a small fee) at Central Intermediate School, presented by the Wadsworth American Legion. What a great holiday morning!
Collect & Save Your Receipts
November 1st -30th: Save receipts for any purchase made in the Wadsworth zip code – 44281
December 1st – 5th
Held at the Wadsworth Public Library, 132 Broad St.
Monday – Thursday, 11am-7pm & Friday, 11am-5pm
December 6th at 11am
Held at City Hall, 120 Maple Street, with Mayor Robin Laubaugh. City Hall will open at 10am to allow
participants to place tickets into drawings of their choice.
New This Year:
If you are present for the drawings, you receive both sides of the raffle
tickets. Bring your tickets to City Hall for the chance to win a prize of your choice.
If you are unable to be present, your tickets will be entered into the drawing for gift cards.
We will contact you via phone if you are the winner of a giftcard.
Refreshments will be available at the drawing
Reasons to Shop, Dine and Buy Locally!
Keeping Money Local: A recent study showed that for every $100 spent at local businesses, $68 will remain in the local economy.
Commitment to Local Spending:
A study confirmed that if each household in a community redirected just $100 of planned holiday spending to locally owned businesses, the local economic impact would be dramatic.
Twilight Thursdays on the Square
Beginning on October 2, 2014, the downtown merchants, in order to better serve the community, are staying open later on Thursday evenings. Enjoy a stroll around downtown Wadsworth where you will be amazed at the wonderful treasures and great sense of community you will find.
The following businesses will be open for your convenience on Thursday evenings until 8:00 p.m. (unless otherwise noted):
W.S. Bicksler Electric
Ritzman Pharmacies - open until 7:00 p.m.
Project: Learn Bookstore
Pro’s Choice Massage - by appointment
Three Roses Gift Boutique
Domino’s Pizza - open until 12:00 midnight
Da-vid Nail & Hair Salon
Amedeo’s Flower Shop
Sharkey’s Barbershop - open until 9:00 p.m.
The Downtown Photo Shop
Pro Swing Golf Shop
True North Tattoo Shop
Wonderfully Originally Weddings - open until 7:00 p.m.
Behind the Downtown Square:
Longfellow’s Tavern - 127 Watrusa Avenue
About the Chamber
Wadsworth Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to ensure that Wadsworth is a vibrant business community that offers the unique opportunity to enjoy a small community life with access to a growing business base.
Click on the logo for Wadsworth Young Professionals to find out more about this exciting sub committee of the Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce!
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Courtesy of the Medina County Economic Development Corporation, Greater Medina Chamber of Commerce, the City of Medina, the City of Wadsworth, and the Wadsworth Chamber of Commerce!
What's happening in Downtown Wadsworth in 2014? Click here to find out!