The Wheels of WayneThe Wheels of Wayne in April offers a kick off to the warmer months, when everyone is ready to get out and stroll around and get some fresh air. Car enthusiasts come from all over to attend to show off their cars and take in all the other cars. Locals enjoy the display of cars as well as vendors, food and entertainment for the whole family. The Radnor Fall FestivalThe Radnor Fall Festival is nearing a quarter century of entertaining the community. ALWAYS on the Third Sunday of September, the Radnor Fall Festival is the largest event put on by the Wayne Business Association. Encompassing the streets of North Wayne Avenue and West Avenue between Lancaster Avenue and the Wayne train station, local merchants, service providers and restaurants are all on hand to share with the community. Street performances by local bands, dancers from local studios, face painting and carnival rides make it fun day for the whole family. At this and all events be on the look out for the Wayne Business Association tent, where there will be the new 19087 T-shirts and hats.The Old Fashioned Christmas Celebration The Old Fashioned Christmas Celebration happens the First Friday in December. Downtown Wayne boasts a festive feel, with strolling carolers on North Wayne Avenue and Carriage Rides on South Wayne and Runnymede Avenues. Friday evening is capped off by the Christmas Tree lighting at the Wayne Train Station. On Saturday morning, Santa comes to town on a Radnor Fire Truck in a parade that includes the Radnor High School Marching band and Cheerleaders as well as the Valley Forge Military Academy Field Music Group. Santa makes his way down Lancaster Avenue, then visits with the kids on the veranda of the Wayne Hotel. All are invited for hot chocolate and fresh-baked cookies, compliments of Paramour. During Santa’s visit, The Wayne Hotel collects gifts to benefit Toys for Tots.
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