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Pelham Together’s WinterFest warms winter day with good music and food

Max Halvorson and Will Russello of 7th Avenue Band (Sean Lynch)

Groups of performers, cooks and community members came together Feb. 3 at Daronco Town House to celebrate the talent of Pelham’s citizens of all ages during Pelham Together’s WinterFest.

Fourteen musical acts displayed their talents, ranging from high school bands to middle school solo singers. These included Jack Cohen, The Dead of Night, Rehan Ganapathy with Chris Mongiello, Levi Aranoff with Chris Mongiello, Leo I Garcia, 7th Avenue, Sade Fox, Two Minutes to Midnight, The Jenners, Backbone of Society, The Mellow Fellows, The Delay, Carter Brady and Dead Five.

In addition to the impressive musical aspect of the event, a cook-off took place, featuring unique and impressive dishes made by locals.

Viewers packed closely together to watch the performances. Attendees experienced the magic of WinterFest, with its sounds and treats for the palate.

Pelham Together allowed the community to come together on what could’ve been another ordinary winter day.

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Ciara Lynch, Staff Reporter
Ciara Lynch is in her freshman year at Pelham Memorial High School. She partakes in several writing and literature courses, including the Examiner. She also plays softball for PMHS.
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Sean is a freshman at Pelham Memorial High School. He is a photographer for the Pelham Examiner and loves shooting photos as a hobby and for the Examiner.

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