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Santa Setting His Sights on Edison’s Menlo Park Mall


EDISON, NJ,– Simon’s Menlo Park Mall, located on Route 1 South and Parsonage Road in Edison, is hosting two Santa events that will allow children the chance to get an early start on celebrating this year’s magical holiday season.

 On Friday, November 6, at 8:15 A.M. the heralded arrival of Santa will feature a Pajama Party Parade.  Children are encouraged to dress in their favorite pajamas and follow a marching band led by Santa, Mrs. Claus, Santa’s elves, Bearemy and Cha! Cha! 

The festivities begin in Nordstrom Court and will end at the exciting new Santa set located in Center Court. All attendees will receive milk and cookies, share a story-time with Mrs. Claus and receive a special gift. 

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Tickets are free but they should be picked up in advance at Simon Guest Services.  All children must present their ticket for entry to the Pajama Party Parade. 

 The second event on Sunday, November 8, from 8:30 A.M. – 10:00 A.M. children can enjoy Breakfast with Santa.

While munching on from Panera Bread, attendees can participate in a balloon art activity while waiting for Santa to arrive and receive a special gift.

Tickets to this event are $5 and limited to only 50 for this special event.  Please purchase tickets in advance at Simon Guest Services.

 “These events are two great ways for children to experience the wonder that Santa brings each and every year,” said Suzy Lichter, area director of mall marketing at Menlo Park Mall.  “We look forward to seeing all the smiling faces as they welcome Santa, Mrs. Claus and the rest of his helpers at our Pajama Party Parade and Santa Breakfast.”

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