RED BANK, NJ – The Red Bank RiverCenter really does come up with fun and clever ideas. Their Winter on Broad Street showcased downtown Red Bank with an ice-skating rink and a life-sized snow globe set up between Monmouth and White Streets.
Making it even more joyful was the Calvin Bell Ringers from the Tower Hill, First Presbyterian Church at Red Bank.
Jennifer Corboy, Director of the Handbells, said, " we've got a wonderful selection of songs including, God Rest Thee Merry Gentlemen, Joy to the World, Advent Carol, Silver Bells, and Wizards in Winter. These kids come from several local school districts including Middletown South, Neptune, Trinity Hall, Ocean Township, Monmouth Regional, Red Bank Regional and Rumson-Fair Haven."
Click HERE to see how talented these young men and women are.
Skates could be rented for a couple of laps around the arena and both the adults and kids had a blast in the snow globe – which was like a big, bouncy fishbowl.
It was kind of hard to tell who was having more fun; those laughing inside the globe or their audience on the outside.
Jim Scavone, Executive Director and Laura Kirlpatrick, Marketing and Promotions Manager of the Red Bank RiverCenter were watching the festivities with Jim saying, "It's a great day in Red Bank, we're celebrating winter with our ice rink and snow globe and we're welcoming everyone to town."
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