The Daily Fare, located at the Train Station at 13 Durant Avenue celebrated their 10th anniversary with an event tied to the Chamber of Commerce annual WinterFest event on November 23rd. Children of all ages took kiddie train rides through a holiday village, and then came inside to decorate and enjoy holiday cookies as well as other treats, hot cocoa, coffee and cider.
The Lions Club of Bethel and crafter Wendy Smith had vendor tables in the foyer.
Guests were ferried to the Daily Fare on the Chamber's WinterFest horse drawn wagon and back again to downtown.
The event was started with a ribbon cutting, attended by Bethel First Selectman Matt Knickerbocker, Bethel Chamber of Commerce President Brad Koltz, and dozens of family and friends.