News Release, Town of North Beach
The Town of North Beach kicks off the festive holiday season by Lighting Up the Town on Friday, November 29th, 2019 at 7 pm! Onlookers gather on the pavilion as we flip the switch to light up the town Christmas tree and holiday displays.
The NORTH BEACH CHRISTMAS MARKET will be on Saturday, December 7th, 2019 from 10 am to 3 pm on 5th Street near the boardwalk. The Annual Pat Carpenter Holiday Parade is the same day beginning at noon. This festive parade draws spectators from afar! The boardwalk is lined with hundreds of people viewing the parade.
The best part is when the jolly-old-fat man arrives by fire truck! Santa and Mrs. Claus visit with children and give them a special treat. Tell the kids to bring their wish list to share with Santa! Warm-up around the campfire as you roast marshmallows!
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