This year the Chamber of Commerce added a new Holiday Village and kiddie train ride at the Train Station as part of the 10th anniversary celebration for the Daily Fare.
The kiddie train ride went through a holiday village setup in the train station parking lot outside The Daily Fare.
Guests were ferried to The Daily Fare on the Chamber's WinterFest horse drawn wagon and back again to downtown.
The kiddie train ride and the horse drawn wagon were made possible by over 20 local sponsors.
"We could not have had this event this year without the generous support of our sponsors and help from so many volunteers,"said Bethel Chamber President Brad Koltz.
Sponsors for the horse wagon and kiddie train ride this year include A.Krueger Plumbing & Heating, Alice's Flower Shop & A Country Touch Gifts, Belardinelli Tire, Belardinelli Services, Berkshire Refrigeration, Bethel Crossings of Toll Brothers, Bethel Historical Society, Caraluzzi's, Escape Salon and Boutique, Famous Pizza, Hollandia Nurseries, Senior Americans Resources, Macaroni Kid, Note Kitchen & Bar, Patricia's Presents, Peoples United Bank, R.E. Lawlor Graphics & Printing, Royal Choice Global Transportation, The Bethel Community
Gazette, The Daily Fare, The Insurance Center, The Toy Room.