Arts & Entertainment

3rd Annual Berkeley Heights Winter Walk is Chock-Full of Attractions


BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Once again, downtown Berkeley Heights will be transformed into a fun festival like atmosphere Saturday night, December 2 starting with the Special Events Committee's Tree Lighting and Firework Show at 5 p.m. immediately followed by the Winter Walk.  

Springfield and Sherman avenues will be closed between Snyder and Plainfield avenues from 4 to 10 p.m. There will be a trolley service from Columbia Middle School to Springfield Avenue starting at 4:30 p.m. and will run until 9:30 p.m.

The third annual Winter Walk includes a schedule of entertainment, fun attractions and give aways for the whole family to enjoy.  

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Through the generous support of event presenting sponsors The Connell Company, Embassy Suites by Hilton Berkeley Heights and Grain & Cane along with the many other business sponsors and participants (listed below), the Winter Walk will offer food, attractions and entertainment that includes a synthetic ice rink (skates available), two horse drawn carriages, trolley rides, life size snow globe, entertainment trailer, gingerbread house, tracksless train, bounce house, Grain & Cane Food Truck, Beer Garden and grab and go food in parking lot of Delicious Heights..... and much more.  A map of participants and attractions will be available at the event, as well as on the mobile friendly Berkeley Heights Winter Walk website. (Check out the latest updates on the website.)

Activities include:

Artificial Ice Rink (Sponsored by The Connell Company, Embassy Suites, Grain & Cane and Peak Medical)
Located at Peak Medical - 492 Springfield Ave.
Beer Garden
Delicious Heights - 428 Springfield Ave.
Bounce House (Sponsored by Taylor Rental)
Located at Springfield Avenue and Lone Pine Drive.
Caricature Artists
Anything Floral - 411 Springfield Ave.
Chair Massage
Massage Envy - 402 Springfield Ave
Cotton Candy and Hair Bling!
Feathers II - 505 Springfield Ave.
Cookie Decorating
Pearly Whites - 515 Springfield Ave.
Dog Adoptions
Home For Good Dog Rescue - 465 Springfield Ave.
Elsa! Live! & Make a Snowman
Berkeley Hardware -  503 Springfield Ave.
Elves, Cookies & Candy Canes
Berkeley Cleaners - 376 Springfield Ave.
Gastro Food Truck - Grain & Cane
Located at Sadal Wine Cellar - 440 Springfield Ave.
GameTrucks (Sponsored by Allstate, Autumn Lake, Liberty Group and TD Bank)
Located by Benham’s Garage - 414 Springfield Ave.
Flash Tattoos (Sponsored by Nikki Tans)
Located by 7 Eleven - 417 Springfield Ave.
Free Donut with Beverage Purchase
Dunkin Donuts - 384 Springfield Ave
Glow Show with Laura's Dance Studio
Located by Berkeley Hardware & Pearly Whites
Horse & Carriage Ride (Sponsored by Giovanni’s, Investors Savings, Pearly Whites & Robinwood Kitchens)
Located by CVS - 412A Springfield Avenue
Hot Chocolate Bar and Complimentary Eyebrow Wax
European Wax Center - 406 Springfield Avenue
Hot Cocoa, Cookies & WIN BH Gift Certificates (Sponsored by Smith Chiropractic)
Located at Anything Floral - 411 Springfield Ave.
Hot Cocoa
DiMaios - 468 Springfield Ave.
Hot Cocoa & Coffee (Sponsored by Crossfit 908)
Devour Creative Catering - 473 Springfield Ave.
Life Size Gingerbread House (Sponsored by Anything Floral & Dimensional Construction)
Located by The Tee Bag - 413 Springfield Ave.
Madison Brass Quintet (6:15-7:45pm)
Goodman’s Deli - 400 Springfield Ave.
Make Reindeer Food with the YMCA & Snowball Pitch
Located at 438 Springfield Ave.
Make Your Own Bracelet
J.Michael’s Jewelers - 370 Springfield Ave.
Make Your Own Ornament
The Tee Bag - 413 Springfield Ave.
Marshmallow Roast
The Tailor’s Wife - 451 Springfield Ave.
Masks & Tiaras
My Little Party Place - 472 Springfield Ave.
Mechanical Reindeer Ride (Sponsored by Delicious Heights)
Delicious Heights - 428 Springfield Ave.
Popcorn (Sponsored by The Rotary Club)
Located by Investors Bank - 441 Springfield Ave.
Petting Zoo & Pony Rides (Sponsored by Berkeley Cleaners, Country Farms, Electric Beach Tanning Studio,  J.Michael’s Jewelers)
Located by J. Michael’s Jewelers - 370 Springfield Ave.
Photo Booth
Massage Envy - 402 Springfield Ave.
Photos with The Snow Queen (Pure Movement Dance Center)
Located by 7-Eleven - 417 Springfield Ave.
Photo Op (Gabriele Fitness & Performance)
Located at 438 Springfield Ave.
Pong Toss/Prizes & Butternut Squash Shooters
Devour Creative Catering - 473 Springfield Ave.
“The Queens“ (Sponsor by Berkeley Professional Building)
Located by Kumon - 487 Springfield Ave.
Red Carpet Photo With Elf on the Shelf & Giveaways
Sublime Salon & Spa - 482 Springfield Ave.
Trackless Train (Sponsored by Don Tre Driving School and ReMax Integrity Advantage)
Located by DonTre & ReMax - 495/501 Springfield Ave.
Trolley (Sponsored by DiMaios & Ippolito)
Runs between Columbia School and Peppertown Park *5:30pm to 9:30pm*
Walk-In Snow Globe (Sponsored by: Anything Floral, Smith Chiropractic Foundation & TAPinto Berkeley Heights)
Located at Anything Floral - 411 Springfield Ave.
Warming Station
Berkeley Swim Club - West of Main Entertainment Stage
Connect One Bank - 512 Springfield Avenue
Premiere Fitness - 425 Springfield Avenue
Wine Tasting
Sadal Wine Cellar - 440 Springfield Ave.
Berkeley Wine - 500 Springfield Ave. 

ENTERTAINMENT STAGE - Located at Berkeley Cinema
5:45pm - Governor Livingston Band (to start at Tree Lighting and will kick off Winter Walk entertainment at bandstand.)
6:15pm - Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts Singers and Dancers
6:45pm - Djunk, Rock Band
7:15pm - Pure Movement Dance Center, Dancing
7:45pm - Governor Livingston Choir
8:15pm - Governor Livingston Guitar Club
8:30pm - Missing Pieces, Rock  Band

Come for the memories, stay for the fun!

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