Christmas Day is exactly one week from today. For all of you procrastinators out there, that means just six more shopping days. While you run around ticking off names on your Christmas list, please consider visiting the Stop & Shop to participate in their food drive. It takes place through December 24th. If you plan on shopping in the downtown area this Tuesday afternoon, include the kids on your trip and visit the Westfield Santa Claus Lane drive through.
What: Westfield Santa Claus Lane Drive Through
Where: South Ave Train Station
When: Tuesday, December 22nd, from 3 pm to 5 pm
Contact: Downtown Westfield Corp (908) 789-9444
Westfield Santa Claus Lane Drive Through
Santa is always busy this time of year. But he wanted to take a moment to visit with all the good little boys and girls in the neighborhood. Since the global pandemic continues to raise health concerns, this year’s Westfield Santa Claus Lane will be a drive-through affair.
Santa plans on bringing one of his four-legged friends with him to the South Ave Train Station between 3 pm and 5 pm on Tuesday, December 22nd. To make sure Santa doesn’t make Mrs. Claus or the elves sick, he asks that you stay in your car while you drive through and wave to him. But you must register in order to reserve a time slot.
To see Santa, you must pre-register online. Choose your 15 minute time slot. No matter how many people you plan on bringing with you, only register for one. Each registration includes everyone in your vehicle. Please wear a mask since someone will be checking your registration and handing out candy canes before you enter Santa Claus Lane.
Free Gift Wrapping Downtown
We all lead busy lives, especially during the holidays. Take gift wrapping off your “to do” list when you shop at any Downtown Westfield business. Take all of the items you purchase there to the Downtown Westfield Welcome Center. They are open from 10 am to 6 pm every single day between now and Christmas Eve. The staff there adds lovely wrapping paper and pretty bows to each and every one of your gifts absolutely free of charge. It is their way of say “Merry Christmas”.