BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Children of all ages are welcome to visit with Santa Claus from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2, at Town Hall, 29 Park Ave.
Santa will arrive by horse and buggy at the municipal building at 10 a.m., where he will be greeted by Mayor Robert Woodruff, who will present him with the Key to the City.
Santa and his helpers will enter the Winter Wonderland in Town Hall, where the helpers will greet children of all ages who want to visit with Santa. Parents will be able to take photos of their children sitting on Santa's lap while the children are talking with him!
Outside, there will be horse-drawn wagon rides for the children.
While all this is going on, members of the Downtown Beautification Committee will be selling the 2017 commemorative ornament with an image of the Municipal Building designed by resident artist Lucinda Hayes. All proceeds from the sale of ornaments will support the efforts and projects of the DBC, including downtown streetscape improvements, plantings, banners,and signage.
Santa Claus will take a break and will return to help with the Tree Lighting at Peppertown Park with festivities starting at 5 p.m. Everyone is invited to take part in the tree lighting festivities, which will be followed by the Winter Walk, organized by the Berkeley Heights Business Community.