The holiday season offers many parties where people may make merry. One local nonprofit wants Main Street patrons to get into the yuletide spirit, while also helping out a good cause.
In its 107th year, KenCres serves more than 8,500 children, youth and adults with developmental disabilities at 500 locations in seven counties in the Philadelphia region, and the states of Delaware and Connecticut.
For the second straight year, KenCrest hosts the awareness and fundraising event on Main Street. All proceeds go directly back to KenCrest.
For $5, guests can purchase antlers, which allow them access to both bars, and drink specials. For $10, guests will get antlers, drink specials and tickets to an after party, including a DJ and free giveaways.
The event runs from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. and starts Dec. 14. at 4243 and 4245 Main St.
Visit www.kencrest.org for more information.