(WNY News Now) – The Bemus Point Business Association is gearing up for a day of festive fun as it announces the “Light Up The Point” celebration on Saturday, December 2nd, uniting the community in the spirit of togetherness and holiday cheer.
Bemus Point – As the holiday season approaches, the Bemus Point Business Association is thrilled to present “Light Up The Point” on December 2nd, promising a day of joyous festivities for residents and visitors alike.
Community Celebration & Activities: The heart of the celebration is a community parade along Main Street, followed by the village’s annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony. Local businesses and residents will contribute to the festive ambiance by adorning storefronts with lights and decorations. Throughout the day, various special events will enhance the holiday experience, including Christmas crafts, breakfast with Santa, cupcake decorating, and more.
Keep the Cheer Here! Shop & Dine in Bemus Point: Visitors can indulge in delicious food specials and holiday shopping with sales at local businesses. The Ugly Peacock offers a last-weekend-of-the-year sale with 50% off most inventory. Shoppers can find great deals at Skillmans, Alpacaville, Lakeside Arts & Furniture, and Treasures on Main. Local restaurants, including Bemus Point Inn Restaurant and Guppy’s Restaurant & Tavern, will feature seasonal specials to add flavor to the festivities.
Light Up The Point Parade: The day’s highlight is the Light Up The Point Parade at 5 PM. Participants are encouraged to dress in their holiday best, and decorated golf carts and cars are welcome. The parade will proceed down Main Street, showcasing the community’s festive spirit and culminating at Lakeside Drive and Main Street for caroling and the official lighting of the Village Tree.
Join Us for This Heartwarming Community Event: “Light Up The Point” is a community-wide effort to capture the essence of the holiday season. Organizers invite everyone to join in the festivities, fostering community bonds and supporting local businesses. Residents and visitors are welcome to enjoy the day filled with holiday cheer and community spirit.