Holiday Celebration at Dr. Robinson Museum, Garwood Tree Lighting This Weekend

What's happening this weekend in Clark and Garwood.

Holiday celebration at Clark's Dr. Robinson museum: Step back in time and join in as the museum traces the families who occupied the Dr. William Robinson Plantation and the traditions they may have embraced as they celebrated Christmas in the "colonies" through the years. Get your free picture with Santa Claus. The house will be filled the scent of food cooking over the open fire on the hearth for guests to taste. There will be a gingerbread house raffle and the gift shop is open. Admission is free. Saturday and Sunday, 12 – 4 p.m.

Garwood tree lighting: The annual Garwood tree lighting at Borough Hall includes Santa's arrival by fire truck for greeting guests and taking pictures. Refreshments will be served. Saturday, 5 p.m.

Tea with Mrs. Clause at Parti-licious: Come join for some holiday fun – tea with Mrs. Clause at Parti-licious in Garwood. $25.00 per child includes tea and/or hot chocolate, lots of treats, crafts, write your letter to Santa and a picture with Mrs. Clause to take home. Space is limited; call for a reservation. All ages welcome. Saturday, from 10:30 a.m. till noon. 

Clark Library keepsake pillow program for teens: Turn a much loved t-shirt into a keepsake pillow. Learn some basic sewing while you create a one-of-a-kind throw pillow made from one of your favorite t-shirts. If your shirt only has one side, you may bring a second and use two. There is a $5 supply fee for this program. The fee may be dropped off at the Information Desk. This program is for teens in grades 6 - 12. Saturday, 2 p.m.

Candlelit yoga with live music: Enjoy candlelit live music, beat box & vinyasa flow with "GO W/ THE FLOW." The group is touring the country and will be stopping at Hot Yoga Revolution in Garwood for one night. All levels welcome. Sunday, 6 p.m.

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