Cornersburg DQ hosts holiday fun


Neighbors | Natalie Scott.Curly the Cone, the Dairy Queen mascot, made an appearance at the Cornersburg Dairy Queen event Dec. 21.


Neighbors | Natalie Scott.Christine Smith spead holiday cheer at the Cornersburg Dairy Queen event Dec. 21 with her festive attire and by talking to customers and passing out samples of the latest Dairy Queen Blizzards.


Neighbors | Natalie Scott.Andrew Jarvis (front), George Hoeferline, and Alex Tareshawty (back) are members of Crimson Brass, a quintet from Canfield that plays at special events, like the Cornersburg Dairy Queen event Dec. 21. Missing from photo are Michael Barkett and Kyle Thompson.


Neighbors | Natalie Scott.Horse-drawn carriage rides were offered free to any patrons who made any Dairy Queen purchase at the Cornersburg location Dec. 21.


Neighbors | Natalie Scott.Santa Claus was available for pictures and to listen to Christmas lists at the Cornersburg Dairy Queen event Dec. 21.


The Cornersburg Dairy Queen hosted an evening of winter-themed activities and fun Dec. 21 for patrons.

The event boasted free horse-drawn carriage rides with any Dairy Queen purchase, hot chocolate, hot dogs, and marshmallows roasted by a fire. Tours of the Youngstown Fire Department truck were given by Youngstown firefighters Chez Allison, Corey Bloss, and Chris Brown, who tended to the fire outside the Dairy Queen. This was also an opportunity to get pictures with Santa and receive a visit from Curly the Cone.

This event is put on every year at this Dairy Queen location, although this was the first year the carriage rides were offered.

“This is just something really nice and inexpensive to do with the family,” said Selina Cotton, who came to enjoy the event. “This is just a really nice event that the Dairy Queen puts on. We will definitely try to come next year, too.”

While enjoying Dairy Queen treats inside, patrons could listen to music provided by the Canfield quintet, Crimson Brass. The group, made up of five Canfield High School band members who decided to take their love of music to a professional level, played traditional Christmas songs on trumpets, trombones, French horns and tubas.

“We have really enjoyed playing at this event a lot,” said Michael Barkett, a member of Crimson Brass. “Having music really adds to the Christmas spirit and that makes us feel really good.”

To learn more about Crimson Brass, visit or call 330-774-0777.

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