Seasonal Traditions Holiday Program

The Middlesex County Office of Arts and History invites you to share in holiday music and fun at the annual Seasonal Traditions Holiday Program at East Jersey Old Town Village in Piscataway on December 7.

12-4 pm: Horse and Wagon Rides
12-5 pm: Children’s Crafts & Holiday Carols
1 pm: Founder & Volunteer Recognition Ceremony
2 pm: Colonial Holiday Music by Ridley and Anne Enslow
4 pm: A Christmas Carol Presented by Traveling Literary Theater

Free Admission & Parking // Rain or Shine

Text CULTURE to 56512 for info.

Contact Information
  1. 7327453030
  2. artsandhistory@co.middlesex.nj.us
Thu, November 07
12:00 pm — 1:00 pm
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The Middlesex County Office of Arts and History invites you to share in holiday music and fun at the annual Seasonal Traditions Holiday Program at East Jersey Old Town Village in Piscataway on December 7.

12-4 pm: Horse and Wagon Rides
12-5 pm: Children’s Crafts & Holiday Carols
1 pm: Founder & Volunteer Recognition Ceremony
2 pm: Colonial Holiday Music by Ridley and Anne ...

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