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SANTA is Coming to Ironia on Saturday, Snow or Shine

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RANDOLPH, NJ- SANTA VISITS IRONIA Dec. 17  Check out his routes below..

Check out where he will be at what time...


Santa Claus Route A ---
9 AM – 10:00 AM From firehouse take Dover Chester Road to Berry Lane to Roberts Road and Chidester Road back to Berry Lane to Wilkenson Road to Allen Way to Dover Chester Road. Follow Dover Chester Road to Marjaleen Drive to Village Court to Dover Chester Road to Linda Terrace to Pamela Drive to Dover Chester Road and return to firehouse.
10:00 AM – 10:30 AM BREAK
10:30 AM–12:00 PM Take Dover Chester Road to Park Avenue to Walnut Street to Hugg Road to Dover Chester Road to Park Avenue to Corwin Street to Lake Drive to Sunset Drive to Park Avenue to John Court to Park Avenue to Seneca Trail. Follow Park Avenue to Pleasant Hill Road to Chester Avenue to Main Street to Park Avenue to Budd Street to Chester Avenue to Pleasant Hill Road. Follow Pleasant Hill Road to Sleepy Hollow Lane to Selma Boulevard to William Street to Greenhut Avenue to Mel Drive to Pleasant Hill Road and return to firehouse.
12:00 PM – 12:30 PM BREAK
12:30 PM – 3:30 PM From firehouse take Dover Chester Road to Ironia Road to South Road to the Chester line. Turn around and return on South Road to Cromwell Drive to Surrey Lane to Cromwell Drive to South Road to Ironia Road to Burnett Brook Drive to Fieldcrest Court to Cromwell Drive. Follow South Road to Wexford Court to Yorkshire Drive to Cantebury Court to Patriots Way to South Road to Dawson Road. Return to South Road to Jared Court. Return to South Road to Doby Road to Combs Hollow Road then right to Ursala Court to Roslyn Way, left on Kingsbrook Court to end, turn around, and follow Kingsbrook Court to Lexington Court to Doby Road to Combs Hollow Road to Waterfall Drive. Return back to Combs Hollow Road. Then to Combs Avenue to Shadowbrook Way and back to Combs Avenue to South Road and return to firehouse.


Santa Claus Route B ---
9 AM – 10:30 AM From firehouse take Dover Chester Road to Pleasant Hill Road to Golden Corner Way to Pleasant Hill Road to Springbrook Drive to Pleasant Hill Road to Park Avenue. Turn around and take Pleasant Hill Road to Olde York Road to Hutchins Lane and back to Olde York to Revere 
Court and back to Olde York to Kings Ridge Road and back to Olde York to East Logan Road to Ellam Drive and back to East Logan Road to Dover Chester Road to Aldebaran Drive to Chelsea Drive to Dawn Lane and back to Aldebaron Drive to Olde York Road to ShakerMill Road to Aldebaran Drive to Orchard Lane to the end and return to firehouse.
10:30 AM – 11 AM BREAK
11 AM – 12:30 PM Dover Chester from Calais Road to Aldebaron Drive to Alcor Road to Draco Drive to Quail Run to Fairway Court then back to Quail Run to Dover Chester Road to Stonehill Road to Sharon Street to Sanford Drive to Stonehill Road to Dover Chester Road. Follow Dover Chester Road to Sussex Turnpike to Twins Court and back to Sussex Tpk. to Nottingham Way to Sherwood Terrrace and back to Sussex Tpk. Take Sussex Tpk. to The Black River Barn and turn around. Take Park Ave. to Righter Road then Loan Road to James Road back to Park Ave. to Kirkbride Drive to Park 
Ave. at Pleasant Hill Road and back to Fire House.
12:30 PM – 1:00 PM BREAK
1:00 PM – 3:30 PM Start at Canfield Ave. and Sussex Tpk. and go across Route 10 to Barclay Court at the Canfield Mews. Take Barclay Court around to Wynnbrook Drive and out to Canfield and turn left back to Route 10 West to Irish Spring (House behind Shopping Center) to Green Lane to Shaw’s Farm Court to Green Lane and back to Route 10 West. (Go under route 10 on Sussex Tpk. to Irish Spring and turn left to Route 10 East) to Morris Turnpike to Tamari Court to Dover Chester Road as far as Sussex Tpk. Then take Calais Road to Edgewood Terrace to Tara Way and back to Calais Road to Combs Hollow Road to Farmstead Court East and West. Then back on Combs Hollow Road to Trout Brook to the end and back to Lewis Hollow and finish at 
Doby Road and return to Fire House.

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