Thursday, December 01, 2011

Christmas in Crabapple to take place Dec. 17.


Perk up those ears for sleigh bells and pack the mittens, because the Fourth Annual Christmas in Crabapple holiday celebration will take place Saturday, Dec. 17 from 2 to 5 p.m. in Milton's historic downtown Crabapple.

As always there will be Christmas, Hanukkah and holiday music favorites from local children's choirs, a community bonfire and photos with Santa. But this year's event also boasts free rides on a holiday train and a brand new "North Pole Passport" program featuring more than 20 participating local businesses.

As part of this program, families will be whisked from shop to shop, receiving small gifts and partaking in holiday activities. Those who return with a passport stamped by every participant receive a free, limited edition gift.

A limited amount of spaces are available for this exciting program, so make sure you RSVP to by Dec. 5 to reserve your family's spot.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Great marketing plan. Glad to see the commercialism of Christmas be put to good use. Christmas after all is now all about making money. But want to put a navtivity scene up in schools and people go maad, it's offensive you know, well, unless you are making money off it.