East Aurora, N.Y. (WBEN) - The steady rain didn't hold back hundreds from the 41st annual Carolcade event in the Village of East Aurora. It's always a "Norman Rockwell-like" evenings as carolers fill the historic Main Street.
Umbrellas were in hand as town historian Robert Goller led the festivities at the center of the street in front of Vidler's. The Salvation Army band was there to provide the music while Firefly Cupcakes and the East Aurora Rotary provided the snacks for carolers.
The event is held rain, snow or moonlit annually in the village.