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Brunswick Square Celebrates the Magic of the Holidays with Santa’s Arrival

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ  – Brunswick Square announced today the upcoming arrival of Santa Claus, ushering in the magic of the holiday season. Santa will be available at Brunswick Square to greet his guests and capture photo memories during retail hours began November 11th and will continue through December 24th.  

 

Claire Mignano, Marketing Director at Brunswick Square said: “We are as excited as ever to kick off the holiday season, welcoming Santa Claus back to Brunswick Square to bring smiles and warmth to children and families in our area. There is something universally magical about visiting Santa, and we’re delighted so many families choose to experience this special holiday tradition with us.”

 

Santa will also be available for pet photos at Brunswick Square on November 26th from 7pm to 9pm. Furry friends are welcome to visit the jolly guy and have their image captured, for a fun holiday memory.

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In addition, an exclusive event is also planned to cater to children with all spectrums of special needs and their families. On Sunday, December 3, from 9am to 11am, “Sensitive Santa” – a compassionate event where children with special needs can enjoy a time-honored visit with Santa – will be available prior to normal retail hours, offering a quieter, calmer, sensory-friendly experience.

For additional information on Santa visits or holiday-related events at shopbrunswicksquare.com.

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