From Red Bank River Center:
If you’re spending the holidays with a friend or a loved one, or you simply want to bask in the holiday spirit of this quaint New Jersey town on your own, you’ll find yourself in for a treat when you visit Red Bank this December. Here are a few ways you can still celebrate the holidays in Red Bank:
Christmas won’t be complete without the annual photo shoot with Santa! If you want to snap a photo with the jolliest man in town either to send to your friends and family or just a simple keepsake, be sure to head over to The Galleria at 2 Bridge Avenue. Santa Claus will be there every Saturday and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m., through December 22. This gives you the perfect opportunity to have your loved one’s picture taken with Santa Claus.
TSS Photography is offering different photo packages so you can be sure that you’ll get the kind of photos that you want at a price you can afford. Be sure to drop by and take your family or friends with you.
This December, Red Bank’s business district will be dressed to the nines for the holidays and what better way to enjoy the colorful decorations and festive atmosphere than to see them aboard a holiday horse and wagon? Sponsored by Pauline Poyner of Sotheby’s International Realty, this activity lets you marvel and delight in the sights and sounds of the business district specially prepared for Christmas during a free classic horse and wagon ride. The best part about these rides… they are free for people of all ages!
The Holiday Horse and Wagon Rides are available from 1pm to 5pm every Saturday, through December 22, 2018. Ride seekers can board the wagon from 11 Bridge Avenue (near Danny’s Steakhouse) or from 26 Broad St. (near the Robinson Ale House).
Many would agree that one of the best things about the holidays is the music. This probably explains why Christmas carols never go out of style, as compared to Top 40 songs whose popularity wanes over time. To celebrate this festive occasion, Red Bank has organized Holiday Harmonies. Through December 22, you can immerse yourself in festive holiday melodies and harmonies performed by the best traditional carolers, choirs, brass bands, handbells, and rock, folk, and jazz musicians from the Red Bank area.
The performers will be stationed at various locations throughout the business district. A number of performers will also wander around town, serenading shoppers and holiday goers. Performances start from noon until three in the afternoon.
Folks at Red Bank surely know how to do the yuletide season right. If you want to get excited and pumped up for the holidays, a visit to Red Bank, New Jersey, is certainly a must. See you there!