ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- Robbinsville Township will kick-off the holiday season at the annual Christmas Tree and Menorah Lighting on December 3. The festivities will include music, crafts, hot cocoa, and a special visit by Santa Claus.
The free family event will be held at the Robbinsville Township Senior Center, 1117 Route 130. Beginning at 5:00 pm, guests will participate in arts and crafts provided by C.A.R.E, and have a chance to view the Gingerbread House display led by members of the Girl Scouts. Kids of all ages will be able to pose with Santa Claus in portraits taken by photographer Jen Davis. While photos are free organizers are suggesting a donation to the Robbinsville Meals on Wheel program.
Starting at 6:00 pm, attendees can sip on free hot chocolate provided by famous Robbinsville-based David Bradley Chocolatier while listening to the Robbinsville High School Choir.
The big moment starts around 6:45 pm with the countdown to the Christmas Tree and Menorah Lighting to shine a light on the Township's the holiday spirit.
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