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plenty of places for some holiday cheer

by:Powerful Toys     2019-10-05
Christmas is coming soon, and many places are celebrating.
Here\'s what happens at Christmas in Hudson County in the coming weeks.
The spectacular United City of Christmas will host a spectacular Christmas event today and tomorrow night at 7: 00m.
The event will include Eddie Marko, John Jay Hubert, Cece Thom, TapOle dance, etc.
There is no cost to attend the event.
It will be held at the united city Performing Arts Center, 2500 Kennedy Avenue.
Fort Lee\'s Santa Claus Saturday will be held tomorrow and December.
From 1 to 3 p. m.
Children can enjoy free photos with Santa Claus, as well as candy, hot chocolate and cookies.
The event will be held at 319 Main Street. in Fort Lee.
Tomorrow, visit Loff\'s family with Santa Claus and their pets can take photos with Santa Claus at the Zexi theater, the landmark Loff.
He will take a picture of 11 in this place. m. to 1:30 p. m.
Pets are invited from noon to 1:30. m.
So people with allergies can go in the first hour.
Families can buy Pictures for $5.
If people take part in the event with a new, unpacked toy, the picture will be free. Then at 4:30 p. m.
The classic holiday show 34 Street wonder by Loff will begin.
There will be a concert with music from one of the largest organ in the country.
There will be singing
Followed by six. m.
Through the screening of the original \"miracle\" on the 34 th
The film stars Maureen O\'Hara and Natalie Wood, and Edmund Gwen is Santa Claus.
Tickets for concerts and movies are $12 for adults, $8 for teenagers and seniors under the age of 12.
The theater is located at No. 54, Journal Square, Jersey City.
The Bergen Point tree illuminates the tree lights of the bayonabergen point and will be carried out at Trinity Parish Church on 141 Broadway. m. to 5 p. m. tomorrow.
There will be a full day of activity before the lights are lit at 5: 30. m.
Community Awareness series of free public libraries in Jersey City will hold a Kwanza art seminar at one o\'clock P. M. m.
At 9: 00 tomorrow, Miller Branch, 489 Bergen Avenue. Artist Mansa K.
Mussa will help home design craft
Make greeting cards using Nguzo Saba principles and Kwanzaa symbols that celebrate African history and culture.
For information, please call 201-547-6907 or 551-998-7116.
HDSID will have its holiday market tomorrow and Sunday.
The activities will include food, drinks, music, various suppliers, etc.
The supplier will sell clothing, accessories, artwork, jewelry, etc.
Activity Time: from noon to 6: 30. m.
325 Grove Street every dayin Jersey City. St.
Chorus of St. Dominic
The Dominic College Choir will begin performing \"Carols\" at 4: 00 on Sunday \". m.
The event will be in St.
Located at 691 West Avenue, the Aloha Church.
Tickets are $7 in advance and $10 at the door.
To purchase tickets, please email Christine Malone at kmallon @ stdominicacad. com.
Nimbus \'Nutcracker\' Nimbus Dance work will be performed on December \"Jersey City Nutcracker\".
In Frank R.
Conwell auditorium, 107 Bright Street
The play tells the story of the two-child Urban holiday adventure, adapting Tchaikovsky\'s holiday classic to the turn of Jersey City.
The show is open to the public at 7: 00 p. m. m. Dec.
15 and 1 and 5 p. m. Dec. 16 and 17.
Performance in December.
Only 12 to 14 apply to schools.
Tickets range from $11 to $40.
For information or purchase tickets, visit nimbusdanceworks. org.
The winter holiday performances of the Kennedy dancers will celebrate different festival traditions through ballet, modern dance, including Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza and winter solstice. Landmarks dramatic dance and folk dance on stage at lefze Theatrem. Dec. 15.
The Prague Ballet and Dance design will also be performed with the Kennedy dance troupe.
$20 for adult tickets and $15 for elderly people and children under the age of 12 to buy tickets in advance.
The price at the door will be higher. A 10 a. m.
The show is for schools only.
The theater is located at 54 Magazine Square in Jersey City.
Please call 201 for information or ticket purchase-659-
2190 or visit the Kennedy dancers. org.
The free lunch with SantaThere will be held twice on December.
Villa Maria is located at 411 Broadway.
Sit at noon for the first time, and sit at 1: 30 for the other time. m.
There must be RSVP for this activity. Call 201-858-6357 to RSVP.
The Hoboken Education Association will hold a holiday home entertainment Day.
Activities in December.
Games, food, activities and breakfast with Santa Claus are included.
Starting at 10, it will be at Hoboken High School. m. to 2 p. m.
There is no ticket fee for the event.
RSVP, email hobokeneducation association @ gmail. Or call 201-356-3639.
Cantigas women\'s choir in Cantigas Winter ConcertHudson county will hold 16 Winter concerts \"Winter Rose\" in San OS\"
Paul Southern Church, 440 Hoboken Avenue.
Jersey City, 7: 30. m. Dec. 16.
The recommended donation is $20 for adults and $10 for seniors and students.
For information, please visit their Facebook page on facebook.
Hoboken Museum of History, Hudson Street, 1301.
The annual festival arts and crafts fair is held from noon to 5 in the evening. m. Dec.
On the 16 th and 17 th, featuring local artisans and artisans, unique handmade items from jewelry and accessories to cards and candles were sold.
Free admission.
For information, please call 201-656-
2240 or go to the Hoboken Museum. org.
Our elegant ladies and children\'s choir, CCD children\'s choir, Spanish choir, young adult choir, adult choir and congregation members Christmas songs and inspiration from 3 to 5 in the afternoonm. on Dec.
At church, 400 Willow Avenue. , Hoboken.
Bring your Christmas gift for special blessings.
Snacks followed.
For information, visit olghoboken. Or call 201-659-0369.
Menorah lighting will have a Menorah lighting on December.
Starting at 4: 30, at BCB Bank, 508 Broadway, Bayonne. m.
Children of the Temple Emanu Jewish learning program
During the event, the Early Childhood Academy of El and Lauren wendov will sing.
Hoboken holiday market the first Hoboken charity holiday market will be located in W Hoboken, 225 St. Riverfrom 6 to 10 p. m. Dec. 19.
Local Etsy and boutique owners will be here.
Tickets are $10 and all proceeds will be donated to the Dustin and Daniel fredeland Scholarship Foundation, which will allocate funds to students at Hoboken High School to promote access to higher education.
Tickets include a glass of wine at the event site.
For information or purchase tickets, visit hobokengirl. com. Horse-
On December, the carriage with Sangata will be on 23 Street and Church Lane in Bayona.
A carriage.
Free hot chocolate will also be provided during the event.
The ride will start at 11. m. to 2 p. m.
The Kwanzaa celebration community awareness series will hold a candle lighting ceremony and Nguzo Saba.
Starting at 7: 30m. on Dec.
People can participate in singing, dancing, drumming and poetry.
There is no cost to attend the celebration.
The event will be held at the cultural and artistic center of the Miller branch at 480 Bergen Avenue.
For more information, please call 201-547-6907 or 551-998-7116.
Starting today, the festival decoration competition in Jersey City and North Bergen will have its own \"best Christmas decoration home competition \".
The home observer will look around the city for the best home decor.
Some tips for decorating the house are not to cover your address, decorate the windows, do not over-use inflatable toys, turn on the lights from 6 pm.
By midnight, do not put Santa Claus in the scene of the birth of Jesus, using colored lights.
People can send their address to home observers at hmtvshows.
Or on Twitter at JCHudsonMedia.
The city\'s Christmas TV special will feature the family.
The performance will take place on December.
24 and 25 points at 6m.
The programs of Bayonne and North Bergen will be played on the best 18 channels, and the programs of Jersey City will be played on channel Comcast 190.
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