HAMILTON, NJ -- Hamilton is planning on ringing in the holidays with sparkle and cheer -- in a safe way. Because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, the Township has scaled back the traditional Winter Wonderland event.
Instead, it will be hosting "Hamilton's Holidays in the Park" where visitors can take in the decorations, lights, and festive music throughout Kuser Farm Park located at 390 Newkirk Avenue in Hamilton.. On December 4 and 5, visitors will be able to walk through the park.
Between December 6 and January 1, visitors will be drive through the park to enjoy the holiday festivities.
Annually, the Kuser Farm Park is typically decorated festively for the holidays and host activities a free photo with Santa at his "village;” rides on the "Holiday Express Train;" a petting zoo, tours of the historic Kuser Mansion decorated for the holidays, a display by the Jersey Valley Model Railroad Club, a Santa's Secret Workshop of crafters, opportunity to assist in making "reindeer food" to help direct Rudolph, and musical entertainment and food vendors.
The changes to the 2020 holiday celebration is means to keep the community protect from the spread of the coronavirus.
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