WOODBRIDGE – Santa Claus will arrive at Woodbridge Center Mall tonight, Nov. 14, in a parade that begins at 7 p.m. The JFK Memorial High School Marching Band, local Daisy and Brownie troops, costumed characters and store mascots will also participate in the parade.
“If you never had the chance to experience our parade, this is the year to give it a try” said David Albertson, senior marketing manager for Woodbridge Center. “It’s a yearly tradition for our community and retailers and each year we do our very best to make our holiday season experience bigger and better,” he added.
While they wait to meet Santa Claus and have their photo taken with him, children can use five interactive stations to make snow, design wrapping paper, count gifts for Santa, create candy canes and make a wish into the Wish Tree at the ‘My Wish portal.’
Woodbridge Center will offer extended hours throughout the holiday season along with other programming such as, ‘St. Nick’s Pet Pics’ – pet pictures with Santa every Monday night from 5-9 p.m. at Santa’s Wish Workshop, and community choir group performances.
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