Can you believe that time is moving so fast that 2016 is coming to a close? The last month of the year is always a special time for reflection and preparation for celebrating a brand new year. From cool and cozy winter to countless year-end celebrations, December sure has a lot to offer. If you are new in New Jersey, you should get to know that there are innumerable December NJ events coming up, and you have plenty of opportunities to spend some quality time with your friends. Let’s find out more!

The King’s Singers

Held at the Jay and Linda Grunin Center for the Arts, The King’s Singers is a world acclaimed vocal ensemble that is well known for their charm, life-affirming energy and virtuosity. If you are free on the first of December, you should definitely check out and be part of The King’s Singers Holiday Tour. At the performance, you and your entire family can enjoy timeless classics such as “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” “Winter Wonderland,” “Carol of the Bells,” and more!

Victorian Holiday Celebration

The location of the Victorian Holiday Celebration event will be held at Historic Smithville Park, 803 Smithville Road, Eastampton NJ 08060. It’s happening on the fourth of December from noon right up to 6pm in the evening. Whether it’s rain or shine, the show will go on! The festivities in this annual event include tours of well-decorated Smithville Mansions, carolers and carriage rides. What’s more, there is plenty of entertainment for all ages. You can expect your little ones to have a blast at the Victorian Holiday Celebration too. Don’t forget to shop at the holiday marketplace!

Breakfast with Santa

Happening on the 18th of December, Breakfast with Santa is a delightful event that will be taking place at the Liberty Hall Museum. The event starts from 9am in the morning and all are welcome. To fill your growling tummies, a hot breakfast buffet is available. So eat up! Coupled with some lively Christmas cheer, you will get into the holiday spirit in no time. At Breakfast with Santa, there are photo opportunities with the jolly old man himself, in the ever-popular Santa’s sleigh. As reservations are required, do remember to RSVP by December 12.

A Very Electric Christmas

The Lightwire Theater wants to brighten up your holiday season and that’s why you should attend this family-friendly event for “A Very Electric Christmas.” From the 27th to 30th of December, this awesome theatre performance is produced by Lightwire Theater and features eye-catching neon lights, graceful movements and catchy music. The talented team of dancers and puppeteers are sure to bring you a magical experience like no other.

Petrykivka Folk Art Workshop

On the 8th of December, you should definitely head down to St. Mary Protectress Ukrainian Orthodox Church if your schedule is clear! There will be a workshop called Petrykivka Folk Art Workshop and it features Petrykivka folk art that originated in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine. You will be able to learn flower patterns and traditional designs from the 17th century. What’s more, all materials are included and you will be able to take your art home upon completion.

With so many exciting NJ events being held in December, each year, it’s pretty easy to see why people prefer the NJ lifestyle. If you are on a property hunt in New Jersey, it’s recommended that you look for a local real estate agent who can help you uncover the best property deals on the NJ real estate market.

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