Where is Santa Claus in Monmouth County NJ

Dated: 12/07/2011

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November 26 through December 18, 2011     12:00pm-4:00pm
Pictures with Santa
Saturdays and Sunday from November 26 through December 18.
The Galleria
Bridge Avenue, Red Bank
(732) 530-7300
www.thegalleriaredbank.com

December 3-4, 10-11, 17-18, 2011     see website for times
Holiday Spectacular and Craft Market
Family fun event
including Santa's workshop
make & take crafts, trains
Infoage
2201 Marconi Road, Wall
732-280-3000
www.holiday.infoage.org

December 10, 2011     noon - 2 pm
Santa Train in Freehold Borough
Presented by Freehold Borough
PBA & Conrail
Freehold Bus Station
Throckmorton & Main Sts.
732-333-0094
www.downtownfreehold.com

December 11, 2011     Call for times
Christmas in Manasquan
Sponsored by the Tourism
Commission. Carolers, hayrides
Santa and Mrs. Claus
Manasquan Main Street Business
District
732-223-0544
www.manasquan-nj.com

Breakfast with Santa in Freehold Borough

Sponsored by Downtown Freehold

December 10,11,17,18 

See website for times and locations

Please make reservations

www.downtownfreehold.com

Courtesy Monmouth County Tourism

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