MILLTOWN, NJ - Even though Thanksgiving is still a couple of weeks away, holiday music is already playing in stores and on some radio stations. Get a jump on the holiday season and mark the calendar for the annual events families enjoy. The Milltown Recreation Department will be hosting its Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony on Friday, December 2 at 6 p.m. at the Borough Hall. There will be free face painting and light refreshments after the big guy in red arrives. The Milltown Fire Department will be providing tasty treats as well. Entertainment will be provided by the Joyce Kilmer School band and chorus. Santa will arrive at around 7 p.m. He'll be making an early visit courtesy of the Milltown Fire Department. The Milltown Borough Hall is located at 39 Washington Avenue.
Save the Date for Milltown's Holiday Tree Lighting
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