How sweet it is! Rhys Withnell, 3, son of Jeremy and Alicia Kirsch Withnell, enjoying the bonfire and s’mores event at Norfolk’s outdoor skating rink on Saturday, Feb. 20, as part of the annual Weekend in Norfolk event. Photo by Jeremy Withnell.
How sweet it is! Rhys Withnell, 3, son of Jeremy and Alicia Kirsch Withnell, enjoying the bonfire and s’mores event at Norfolk’s outdoor skating rink on Saturday, Feb. 20, as part of the annual Weekend in Norfolk event. Photo by Jeremy Withnell.
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NORFOLK — The annual winter Weekend in Norfolk, spotlighting the arts, culture, and natural resources of the town, was held on Friday, Feb. 19 through Sunday, Feb. 21.
Just like the previous summer Weekend in Norfolk event, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, most of the event was held virtually.

Online videos spotlighting culture, including musical performances, interviews with artists, historic house tours, and puppet shows for children, are all part of the event.

However, on Saturday, Feb. 20, an event featuring skating, bonfires and s’mores was held at the town’s skating rink.

Danielle Whitaker and Alicia Kirsch Withnell enjoying the bonfire at the Norfolk skating rink. Photo by Jeremy Withnell

 

Usually, the Weekend in Norfolk events have brought in hundreds of people to see what the town of 1,632 has to offer.
Most of the videos at weekendinnorfolk.org will remain online and also include videos from last summer’s Weekend in Norfolk.

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