Victorian Streetwalk in Saratoga Springs
The 24th annual holiday festival, Victorian Streetwalk, in Saratoga Springs, draws crowds to Broadway for food and entertainment. Posted on December 3, 2010.
Members of a choral group from St. Paul's Lutheran Church sing traditional Christmas hymns at City Hall as part of Thursday's Victorian Streetwalk in Saratoga Springs.
Meagan Muller of Greenfield Center holds her 3-year-old son, Dylan, as they touch an ice sculpture created on Broadway as part of the annual Saratoga Springs Victorian Streetwalk
A crowd fills the Adirondack Trust Co. as the Racing City Chorus, foreground, takes to the stairway to perform during the Victorian Streetwalk.
Teri, right, and Giana Kirchhoff of Greenfield wait in line outside Santa's workshop during the Victorian Streetwalk in Saratoga Springs on Thursday.
Wearing Victorian garb outside of Impressions were Dave Barker, left, accompanied by, from left, Laurel, Emma and Kayleah Griffen.
The Saratoga Springs Police Department brought its mounted patrol, both to monitor crowds and entertain at the Victorian Streetwalk.
The streets of downtown Saratoga Springs were closed to all but pedestrian traffic during Thursday's Victorian Streetwalk.
The Greenwich Central School Trash Can Band entertained many at the Victorian Streetwalk.
Live reindeer entertained at the Victorian Streetwalk.
Kristin Barnes of Corinth photographs her sons, Deege, 3, and Kris, 2, with Father Christmas as they enjoy the sights and sounds along Broadway in Saratoga Springs on Thursday night.