LIVINGSTON, NJ — As Thanksgiving came to an end, work began for Livingston’s Camuso Elves, who spent the weekend at the Oval setting up the Camuso Holiday Display in anticipation of opening night on Dec. 2, Santa’s arrival on Dec. 9, and the Menorah lighting ceremony on Dec. 14.
The Starline Dancers return for the annual lighting ceremony on Saturday, which will include hot chocolate and fun for all. Santa will make an appearance via fire truck the following weekend while guests enjoy Clydesdale carriage rides, a petting zoo and pony rides.
On Dec. 14, the township will host its annual Menorah lighting at the display and Dec. 16, local children are invited to come decorate ornaments with members of the Livingston Fire Department and First Aid Squad.
The Camuso Collection Preservation Committee is proud to once again bring holiday spirit to the community through this long-standing tradition, which now includes the recently restored 26-foot, revolving Christmas tree that serves as the centerpiece of the display.
To learn more about the hard work the committee put into restoring and expanding the display, click HERE.