First Impressions at Freddy’s If you’re gonna be bad, it better be this good. We all know that burgers, fries and shakes aren’t exactly healthy, so if you’re going to eat it, it better be darn good. Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers, which opened in West Chester in April, is your place! This fast casual […]
Even freezing temperatures and a frozen parking lot weren’t enough to stop West Chester’s foodies from getting out in search of good, local grub.
With food catered by Limoncello and Cakes and Candies by Maryellen, plus plenty to drink, all in a beautiful, historic setting, this was one of the best holiday parties of the year.
Whether it’s the lighting of the tree, the running of the elves, or the actual parade itself, everybody loves the Old Fashioned Christmas Parade, and even the rain couldn’t keep the crowds from downtown West Chester. photos by Annie Tennyson
Goblins, ghosts and ghouls (and more than handful of those guys from “Duck Dynasty”) roamed the streets of West Chester during the annual Halloween parade which loops its way through the borough. photos by Annie Tennyson
West Chester shut the streets for a parade of marching bands, soldiers and military vehicles in honor of our veterans. The parade culminated in an honorary ceremony on the courthouse steps, hosted by Mayor Comitta. photos by Annie Tennyson
Shopping locally isn’t just a nice idea–when you live in West Chester, it’s easy to make that a reality. And, to make it even easier, downtown businesses stayed open late and offered opportunities to meet the artists and artisans. photos by Annie Tennyson
The Gallery Walk is a bi-annual event in downtown West Chester held on the first Friday in both October and June. Shops stay open late, galleries debut new art, and most establishments give out free snacks or drinks. Our photographer dropped by Fairman’s, The 5 Senses and a variety of downtown shops.
On Saturday September 28, the 134th annual Firemen’s Association of the State of Pennsylvania convention finished up with a parade through West Chester. There were 380 pieces of fire equipment, marching bands and floats. The convention and parade were hosted by the Fame Fire Company in celebration of their 175th anniversary.