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Photo gallery: West Newton's annual 'Miracle on Main Street' celebration

| Monday, Dec. 2, 2013, 12:01 a.m.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Downtown West Newton Inc. hosted its annual holiday celebration 'Miracle on Main Street: A Starry Night,” the theme for this year, on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, in downtown West Newton. Shown visiting with Santa is Katie Orsini, 5, of Perryopolis.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Downtown West Newton Inc. hosted its annual holiday celebration 'Miracle on Main Street: A Starry Night,” the theme for this year, on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, in downtown West Newton. Yough High School band member Hough Trout, 15, of Sutersville, is shown during the parade.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Downtown West Newton Inc. hosted its annual holiday celebration 'Miracle on Main Street: A Starry Night,” the theme for this year, on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, in downtown West Newton. Tory Martinelli, 7, of Sutersville pets Asia, a dog up for adoption at Burtner's in West Newton.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Downtown West Newton Inc. hosted its annual holiday celebration 'Miracle on Main Street: A Starry Night,” the theme for this year, on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, in downtown West Newton. Ginger Rothhaar of Bentleyville, and her miniature horse, James Bond, participated in the parade.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Downtown West Newton Inc. hosted its annual holiday celebration 'Miracle on Main Street: A Starry Night,” the theme for this year, on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, in downtown West Newton. D.J. Shipp, 4, of West Newton ices a cookie with the help of 12-year-old West Newton Princess Alexa Cipra.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Downtown West Newton Inc. hosted its annual holiday celebration 'Miracle on Main Street: A Starry Night,” the theme for this year, on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, in downtown West Newton. Dancing on the stage is Mallory Jackson, 15, of Rostraver Township.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Downtown West Newton Inc. hosted its annual holiday celebration 'Miracle on Main Street: A Starry Night,” the theme for this year, on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, in downtown West Newton. Riley Wallace, 2, of West Newton, enjoys a cookie.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Downtown West Newton Inc. hosted its annual holiday celebration 'Miracle on Main Street: A Starry Night,” the theme for this year, on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, in downtown West Newton. Mason Marchetti, 14, of Rostraver Township, enjoys a hot dog.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Downtown West Newton Inc. hosted its annual holiday celebration 'Miracle on Main Street: A Starry Night,” the theme for this year, on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, in downtown West Newton. Shown enjoying the festivities, from left, are Julie Marraccini, 13, of Eighty Four, Karlen Brovey, 12, of Charleroi, and Amanda Woodburn, 13, of Donora.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Downtown West Newton Inc. hosted its annual holiday celebration 'Miracle on Main Street: A Starry Night,” the theme for this year, on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, in downtown West Newton. Shown visiting with Santa is Jordyn Polovina, 3, of Herminie.

Downtown West Newton Inc. hosted its annual holiday celebration “Miracle on Main Street,” on Saturday. This year's theme was “A Starry Night.”

The festivities included a parade, music, food, entertainment, wagon rides, vendors and visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus.

Santa also helped light the town's Christmas tree at Excela Health.

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