Live: Saratoga Springs Victorian Streetwalk, 12/2/10

A saxaphone-playing Santa at the Troy Victorian Streetwalk

The 24th Annual Victorian Streetwalk strolled through downtown Saratoga Springs without a hitch. Most of Broadway was closed to traffic, and the holiday climate was both festive and unseasonably warm… or at least nobody was freezing.

Saratoga’s Annual Victorian Streetwalk is one of those wonderful city-sponsored events that the whole family can enjoy. Thousands of people came to experience the exciting kaleidoscope of musical styles that was performed on street corners, inside restaurants, stores and ice-cream shops all throughout the town.

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Children laughed. Parents smiled. And Santa Claus played the saxophone!

Review and photographs by Andrzej Pilarczyk

Elves at the Saratoga Victorian Streetwalk

Glass player Ed Stander at Saratoga Arts

Glass player Ed Stander at Saratoga Arts


Skidmore Accents

Skidmore Accents

Dan Garcia and Katie Dwyer

Dan Garcia and Katie Dwyer

The Pokingbrook Morris Dancers

The Pokingbrook Morris Dancers

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One Response to “Live: Saratoga Springs Victorian Streetwalk, 12/2/10”

  1. -S says:

    It was pretty nice. Wasn’t really expecting that many people. Here are some more photos.

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