March 20, 2015
An evening of art, music and shopping in the historic Winchester Square will be held next Friday.
After receiving an overwhelming positive response from the September 2014 Wriggle, the Winchester Downtown Program (WDPC) Wriggle committee began preparing the “Spring 2015 Wriggle”.
The event will be held from 6-9 p.m. on March 27.
Winchester Wriggle is a not for profit organization that’s primary goal is to promote the growth of downtown Winchester and to raise awareness and interest in the prospering new programs being offered to adults, teens and children alike.
Stagger Moon will headline the music with Wenger Alley, Ms. Dogwood, Rachel Holder at Belles & Beaus, Joe Bailey, Hunter Wolkonowaki Band at Kathy Bennett Photography.
Ben Ayers will also be featured along with other local musicians in businesses like Orr Décor and the Swafford Property Shop.
The art crawl will include fine art in various businesses.
WDPC met last November and began to plan for the spring Wriggle.
Participating businesses include 5 Star Homecare, Bells & Beaus, Center Stage, Coldwell Banker, Designer Cakes & Cookies, Edward Jones, First Avenue Gallery, Initial It, John T’s, Kathy Bennett Photography, Oldham Theatre, Orr Décor, Pretty Discoveries, Red Plow Gallery and Gifts, Reggies, Roots & Wings, San Miquel’s, Sanctified, Swafford’s Property Shop, The Flower Shop, Wenger’s Antiques & Gifts, Winchester Antique Mall, Winchester Music Arts and the Wishing Well.
Many of the businesses will offer specials, food, beverages, sales and door prizes for patrons who visit their business during the Wriggle.