No Scrooges at Dickens of Holiday event

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Charlie Pritchard /  Five-year-old Lilly Searles of Mays Landing lobbed a “snowball” at the snowman that stood in Memorial Park. Charlie Pritchard / Five-year-old Lilly Searles of Mays Landing lobbed a “snowball” at the snowman that stood in Memorial Park. MAYS LANDING - Everyone was in great spirits in Memorial Park on Saturday, Dec. 7 for the annual Dickens of a Holiday festival in Mays Landing.

The event, which took place from noon until 5 p.m., attracted a large crowd to patronize the vendors, participate in various activities and have a chance to let Santa know what they want for Christmas.

The event was sponsored by the Mays Landing Merchants Association.


Charlie Pritchard /  Five-year-old Lilly Searles of Mays Landing lobbed a “snowball” at the snowman that stood in Memorial Park. Charlie Pritchard / Five-year-old Lilly Searles of Mays Landing lobbed a “snowball” at the snowman that stood in Memorial Park.

Charlie Pritchard /  Janice Barbarito reads to a group of youngsters in the Story Time tent during the Dickens of a Holiday event in Memorial Park. Charlie Pritchard / Janice Barbarito reads to a group of youngsters in the Story Time tent during the Dickens of a Holiday event in Memorial Park.

Charlie Pritchard /  Glenn Miller of Mays Landing proves that you are never too old to tell Santa what you want for Christmas. Charlie Pritchard / Glenn Miller of Mays Landing proves that you are never too old to tell Santa what you want for Christmas.


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