FLEMINGTON, NJ - Holiday lights, horse drawn carriages, vintage fire truck rides, visits from Santa and the famed “Paw Patrol,” and live music will all be featured here tonight.
They are part of “Thursday Night Holiday Lights,” a program sponsored by Flemington Community Partnership with help from community volunteers and organizations.
The events happen today from 6 to 8 p.m. on historic Flemington’s Main Street, Mine Street, Stangl Road and Turntable Junction.
Flemington is bedecked with decorations and shining with hundreds of luminaries that line the streets.
Dozens of shops, many competing in a borough-wide holiday window decorating contest, are also rolling out the red and green carpet for visitors and shoppers to enjoy.
There will be a live nativity scene with animals at the Flemington United Methodist Church.
There are also free horse-drawn carriage rides, free antique fire truck rides, visits from Santa, and Paw Patrol characters Skye and Chase.
The Hunterdon Harmonizers and St. Magdalene’s Roman Catholic Church Hispanic Ministries musicians will be among the groups entertaining visitors and leading caroling on the old Historic Courthouse steps.
There will be crafts and games as well — from writing down a wish to include on the community Wishing Tree, to ornament making, a menorah lighting, and dreidel playing.
For more information and updates, visit www.exploreflemington.com.