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WHBPAC Holiday Stroll Starts the Season

authorStaff Writer on Nov 17, 2022

For the second year in a row, Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center will kick off the holiday season with its annual Holiday Stroll on Main Street on Friday, December 2, from 5 to 8 p.m. Like last year, the stroll will feature participating Main Street retailers — along with pop-up businesses — paired with local restaurants offering a special treat to raise funds for the organization’s arts education programs. This event is free to attend and aimed at adults looking to jumpstart their holiday gift-giving. Ten percent of all proceeds will support the WHBPAC.

“A cornerstone of WHBPAC’s mission is to contribute positively to our local economy — this unique holiday fundraiser is two-fold: It raises money for our community-based, world-class theatre while driving business to our beautiful downtown! Last year’s event was so much fun, and this year is poised to be even bigger, with even more holiday joy on our beloved Main Street,” said Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center Executive Director Julienne Penza-Boone.

Sponsorship opportunities are available, and businesses can register to participate in the stroll by contacting WHBPAC Director of Development Christine Alford at 631-288-2350 x117. For more information, vist whbpac.org.

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