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Posted on: November 9, 2021

2022 holiday event schedule includes all the traditions

Santa’s Mailbox

Nov. 28-Dec. 12
Located outside the Village Library, Anchorage Park activities building and Community Center to send letters to Santa as well as the forms for Santa's Texts! 

Santa’s TEXTS

Sent on Dec. 13, from 5-6 p.m.
Santa has gone digital like everyone else! Complete a form, drop it in Santa’s Mailbox and Santa will personally send a text or email your child on December 13th! Forms are available at the Village Library, Anchorage Park and the Community Center, and on the website. Details and forms here

Tree Lighting Ceremony

Wednesday, Dec. 7 at 7 p.m.
The Village welcomes the holiday season with a Tree-Lighting Ceremony at Veteran’s Park, 501 U.S. Highway 1.  Performance by the North Palm Youth Symphony will make this tradition extra fun for everyone! 

Holiday Boat Parade

Saturday, Dec. 3
For details, visit The Holiday Boat Parade is put on by the Marine Industries Association. 

Christmas Cabaret

Tuesday, Dec. 20 at 10 a.m.
A free Christmas Cabaret at Osborne Park, 715 Prosperity Farms Road. The variety show is presented by the local Coquettes, a Senior dance troupe. The show includes singing and dancing! No charge, call (561) 841-3386 for details. 

Santa’s Jolly Trolley Rides

Friday, Dec. 16, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
The whole family can ride in Santa’s trolley as you sing carols and look at holiday lights. The rides will last about 15 minutes. The cost is $1/person or $5/family. This event will be held at Veteran’s Park, and Santa will be there too. Details here

Santa’s Visits (on a Village fire truck)

Saturday, Dec. 17 beginning at 9 a.m.
Every year, Santa rides a fire truck through the streets of North Palm Beach. If you hear the trucks, just step outside and wave to Santa as he drives by your house! Check out this map of his routes, then monitor the Village Facebook or Twitter page for updates about when he is approaching your neighborhood. 

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