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From Asbury Park Bazaar: Enjoy shopping in both the Grand Arcade and Convention Hall this holiday season. The Asbury Park Holiday Bazaar will feature a curated roster of the best local and regional artists, vendors, and shops selling the cutest and coolest vintage, handmade, art, jewelry, home goods, foodstuffs, and more. The event will feature live music and special performances, Photos with Santa Sundays, holiday photo booth pictures, a 30 foot Christmas tree, fireplace lounge, and beautiful holiday decor. More information.
From Cape May County Park and Zoo: Don’t miss this new holiday tradition for the entire family brought to you by the Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders, Gerald M. Thornton – Director Leonard C. Desiderio – Vice-Director, E. Marie Hayes, Will Morey, Jeffrey L. Pierson. The celebration will include live holiday music, an ice sculpture demonstration, the polar express train ride, bounce house castle & slide, character appearances, free treats for all and a visit by the jolly man himself in the red suit. More information.
From Alstede Farms: Our breakfasts and brunches are a great way to start your delicious day on the farm. All breakfasts & brunches include an all you can eat farm to table buffet, tractor drawn wagon ride and admission to our pick your own fields and orchards, when in season (pay for what you pick additional). Choose from a variety of fruit breakfast offerings based on the seasonality and time of year you plan to visit. Specialty brunches offered throughout the year. Our breakfasts and brunches are held in Harvest Hall providing you with the unique atmosphere of a real farm and rustic barn with all the amenities of a banquet hall including heat and air conditioning. More information.
From Kale’s Nursery & Landscape Service, Inc.: Stop by Kale’s Christmas Shop and visit Santa. Bringing your own camera is a necessity, you don’t want to miss out on the great photo opportunities. More information.
From Mayo Performing Arts Center: Holiday for Toys is a musical for the young – and young at heart – that tells the whimsical story of a toy maker and his shop filled with toys, which magically come to life once a year. This event will also feature a performance by MPAC’s Performing Arts Company and other holiday surprises! More information.
From Essex County Executive DiVincenzo: Essex County Executive DiVincenzo invites the public to spend part of their holiday season at the Annual Essex County Holiday Lights Spectacular at Essex County Turtle Back Zoo. Free admission is being offered at The Holiday Lights Spectacular, which will be held on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, November 22, 23 & 24 and Nov. 29, 30 & Dec. 1, and daily from Friday, December 6 to Tuesday, December 31. More information.
From Morristown Partnership: The place to celebrate the holidays from Thanksgiving up until Christmas; this month-long family event kicks off on the Sunday after Thanksgiving with Santa’s rooftop arrival and welcome ceremony. Family activities and entertainment on the historic Morristown Green, add to the dazzling “Lighting of the Green” ceremony with brilliant lights and wreaths adorning streetlights town-wide – a 100+ year tradition! Each weekend throughout December thousands of attendees from all over Northern New Jersey visit and enjoy Santa visits and photos, holiday crafts, miniature train rides around the Green, gingerbread house & ornament making, music by local choirs and entertainers, ice sculpting demonstrations and free treats! More information.
From Hoboken City Hall: Join us as we light our Christmas Tree in front of our Municipal Building. There will be a live performance by Elvis the Elf, local children choirs, and a meet & greet with Mr. & Mrs. Claus. More information.
From MPAC: LeAnn Rimes: You and Me and Christmas Tuesday, December 3 at 7:30 pm Tickets: $49 – $89 LeAnn Rimes was the youngest recipient of a Grammy Award at the age of 14 on the heels of her debut number one single “Blue” in 1996. Since then, she’s charted 42 hits, including “How Do I Live” and “Can’t Fight the Moonlight.” Enjoy an evening of her hits and holiday music. More information
From the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey: The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey (STNJ) concludes its 57th season with Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, adapted for the stage by Neil Bartlett and directed by longtime company member Brian B. Crowe. Tickets for A Christmas Carol begin at just $39 for preview performances and $59 for regular performances. The Theatre is proud to continue its 30 UNDER 30 program which provides patrons age 30 and under with tickets for only $30 with a valid ID. More information.
From Mayo Performing Arts Center: With sardonic wit and incisive social critiques, David Sedaris is one of America’s pre-eminent humor writers. He is the master of satire and one of today’s most observant writers addressing the human condition. More information.
From Morris County Park Commission: A candy lover’s dream, now in its 28th year! Marvel at the creativity and skill displayed at this festive and charming exhibit featuring 150+ edible masterpieces crafted by local schools, scout troops, and families. With past creations from Hogwarts, to enchanted gardens, pirate ships, and Santa’s Workshop, this is a must see for all ages. Don’t forget to vote for your favorite! This event is sponsored by The Friends of The Frelinghuysen Arboretum. The craft show is weekends only. More information.
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