ONE DAY GATEWAY TRIP BY RENTAL CAR :
VISIT PENNSYLVANIA TO SEE WORLD FAMOUS PLACE AND
TOP 10 ATTRACTION IN PA :
CHRISTMAS VILLAGE , 782 Christmas Village Road,
MORE INFORMATION IN DETAILS AT WEB SITE :
CHRISTMAS VILLAGE ,782 Christmas Village Road, Bernville, PA[masked]
CHRISTMAS LIGHT AT KOZIAR'S CHRISTMAS VILLAGE,PA OPEN
AT 5 PM TO 9:00 PM ON SUNDAY.
ADMISSION FEE IS 8.00 PER PERSON.
(YOU HAVE TO BUY THIS TICKET YOURSELF NOT INCLUDE
IN THE TRIP COST).
BECAUSE CHRISTMAS VILLAGE ACTIVITY START AT 5 PM.
WE CAN STOP ANOTHER PLACE BEFORE THAT TO ENJOY
MEDITATION,SPIRITUAL TALK AND ENJOY vegetarian LUNCH,
SNACKS AT THE ASHRAM.ITS ALSO IN PA.
WEBSITE FOR ASHRAM :
WE MEET IN MORNING AT 7:30 AM :
WE MEET AT 7:30 AM AT LEXINGTON AVE AT 59 ST.
IN MANHATTAN.(SUBWAY STATION FOR 4,5,6,N,Q AND R).
THAN WE DRIVE TO PENNSYLVANIA.
FIRST STOP AT WELCOME CENTER,TOURIST DEPT,PA FOR
THEN WE DRIVE TO ASHRAM IN PA.
DETAILS INFORMATION BELOW.
WE WILL ATTENDING FOLLOWING
PROGRAM AT THE ASHRAM:
SPIRITUAL TALKS : 10:00 - 11.00 am
Tea break 11.00AM TO 11.20 AM
After break class continue :
- SPIRITUAL TALKS : 11:20 am - 12:25 pm
- FREE Vegetarian Lunch: 12:30- 1:15 pm
- DISCUSSION ON spiritual TALKS : 1:30 pm to 2:30pm
TEA,SNACKS AND THEN WE WILL LEAVE AT 3:00 PM
AND THEN WE TRAVEL TO CHRISTMAS VILLAGE,PA.
ITS 75 MILES FROM THE ASHRAM
TRAVEL TO CHRISTMAS VILLAGE, PA
AND GET THERE ABOUT 4:30 PM.
STAY THERE UNTIL 9:30PM.
WE WILL BE IN MANHATTAN BETWEEN 12 AM TO 1 AM.
its about 350 miles round trip.
COST OF THIS TRIP:
THIS TRIP COST YOU $57.00 THAT INCLUDE RENTAL CAR, GAS, TOLL.
LUNCH AND ALL OTHER SERVICES OFFERED BY ASHRAM FREE.
YOU CAN DONATE YOUR DONATION IN THERE DONATION BOX FOR ALL
ASHRAM SERVICES TO YOU. ADMISSION FEE AT CHRISTMAS VILLAGE,PA
IS $8.00 PER person AND YOU TO BUY YOUR TICKET.THIS NOT
INCLUDE IN TRIP COST.
MORE DETAILS ABOUT CHRISTMAS VILLAGE,PA :
WEB SITE :
Koziar's Christmas Village From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Koziar's Christmas Village
Koziar's Christmas Village is a seasonal attraction located in Jefferson Township, near Bernville,Berks County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., approximately 15 miles (24 km) northwest of Reading. Christmas Village utilizes approximately one half million Christmas lights and other decorative effects in a presentation that has repeatedly been listed among the top tourist attractions in Pennsylvania and the top Christmas displays in the United States.
The name Koziar rhymes with the English word composure.
The Christmas Village property was originally known as Spring Lake Dairy Farm, a working dairy farm. William M. Koziar began decorating his rural property for Christmas in 1948. The display was created for the enjoyment of Koziar's wife, Grace, and four children and initially centered on the house and barn. However, the display became increasingly elaborate and grew to incorporate the lake, walkways, trees, and fences. Over time the private display became a popular local attraction, known as "The Christmas House," and traffic on the nearby road was sometimes snarled by passersby stopping to view the display. Eventually, visitors were admitted to the premises and Koziar paved a former wheat field to provide parking. Initially, the dairy farm remained active, and the Koziars had to wait until after the cows were milked to turn on the lights, as there was not enough power for the milking machines and the lights to operate simultaneously. Many of the dioramas are housed in former chicken coops and display toys, clothes and other belongs of the Koziar's children and grandchildren. In 2008 Koziar's Christmas Village celebrated its sixtieth anniversary. It remains a family-owned attraction, currently operated by the Koziars' daughters, and several current employees are second- and third-generation associates.
Christmas Village features the elaborately illuminated home and barn of the Koziar family, as well as numerous smaller buildings. Upon entrance, visitors are greeted by costumed characters Rudolph, Frosty, and the Village's own Buddy the Bear. A marked pathway leads visitors among the illuminated buildings and other displays. Children may visit Santa Claus at his headquarters on Santa Claus Lane. There are several large dioramas depicting scenes such as Christmas Beneath the Sea, Christmas in the Jungle, Santa's Post Office, andChristmas in Other Lands. There are a number of displays featuring cut-out representations of characters from popular comic strips,animated films and fairy tales, as well as manger scenes, presentations of the biblical story of the Nativity, and tellings of seasonal stories such as A Christmas Carol and The Nutcracker. The Village also includes a recreation of the Valley Forge encampment and a G gaugeoutdoor train layout that encompasses most of the barnyard. The "Kissing Bridge" has been the site of several marriage proposals, engagements and weddings. In addition, there are several indoor features, including an extensive H0 scale model train layout and sales area, as well as shops selling souvenirs, Christmas decorations, refreshments, and other seasonal items.
Perhaps the most dramatic feature of the Village is the first glimpse one sees of the display. Most visitors approach the property from the east, via Christmas Village Road. Being farm country the surrounding area is sparsely inhabited and, after dark, sparsely lit. The terrain blocks the view of the Village until the road crests a hill just a few hundred feet to the east of the display, at which point the entire Village is suddenly visible, reflected in the lake. As of late 2010 the Christmas Village website features a virtual recreation of this experience as a part of its home page.
Koziar's Christmas Village is a seasonal attraction. It is typically in operation from the first Saturday of November through the first Sunday in January. During the off-season most elements of the display are dismantled and stored in order to protect them from the elements and to allow for repairs and modifications.
Christmas Village has been named Best Outdoor Christmas Display in the World by Display World magazine. It has also been given the "Award of Excellence" by the Pennsylvania Travel Council as a top travel attraction in the state. A twilight image of Christmas Village was used as jacket art for the book Christmas in America: A Photographic Celebration of the Holiday Season by Peter Guttman, published in 2007 by Skyhorse Publishing and now in its second edition. Christmas Village has been featured frequently by local media, as well as by national and international outlets.
- ^ Seidman, David. "Peter Guttman's Book on Amazon Website". Amazon.com. Retrieved[masked]-02.
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