LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston Holiday Decorations Committee’s annual “Winter Wonderland” display is officially up throughout the Township of Livingston, but because the display is only made possible through donations, the committee is looking to the community for help in order to continue the tradition.

“The committee is concerned that if contributions don’t come in, next year, the town will go dark and the polls will not be wrapped,” said committee Co-chairs Adrienne Santola and Marie Bennett. “The holiday decorations committee is independent of the Camuso display and depends upon your tax-deductible contributions to keep the Winter Wonderland spirit alive." 

The long-standing tradition decorates Livingston’s main roads and business districts with non-religious lanterns on the telephone poles, lighted garland on the lampposts and lighted garland on the pergola at Northfield Center. According to the committee, however, funding for the display has been a challenge in recent years.

In order to keep the township from going dark during the holidays, the committee encourages the community to send contributions to Livingston Town Hall.