Specials, sales and events are the hallmark of the year! Highland Park has all your Holiday needs for the last-minute shopper, and many shops are open late.
Click HERE for a full listing of specials here in Highland Park, through the end of the year.
Also,Green Wednesday pricing has been extended to the end of the year! AND Thursdays in December select restaurants will offer special value meals to coincide with Thursday night late night shopping.
Check out hand-rolled, homemade ravioli, at Aposto; sample the new prix fixe menus at Zeina and Tete,. along with special vegetarian menus at PJ's Coffee. More specials are added every day. Text 39649 for updates.
Come one, come all! Tomorrow, (Thursday 12/23) Raspberry Beret will be hosting an
OPEN HOUSE & BAD HOLIDAY SWEATER CONTEST!
On Thursday, December 23rd, you are invited to Raspberry Beret’s Christmas Open House starting at 4pm.
Enjoy delicious refreshments and store-wide savings to help you with your last minute shopping (only three days left!). Come dressed in your worst holiday sweater for a chance to win a great prize! Judging will begin at 6pm.
While enjoying the holiday open house, check out the many new items that are still arriving daily including hats, scarves, gloves, handbags, jewelry, and more. These items make great gifts!
We look forward to seeing your sweaters!
Residents in Highland Park, led by Borough Council President Elsie Foster Dublin, are planning the third annual “It Takes a Village” holiday lunch and are seeking food and gift donations.
The lunch, which is open to everyone, is from noon to 2 p.m., Dec. 25 at the Highland Park Senior Youth Center, 220 S. 5th Ave.
Guests should RSVP by Dec. 23 to Kim at (732) 819-0052.
Anyone wishing to donate or volunteer should also contact Kim.
The idea for the lunch came after Foster Dublin found out that some of the borough’s senior citizens would be alone for the holidays because their children weren’t coming home.
“This is a sad and lonely time in their lives,” Foster Dublin said of some of the senior citizens.
“They have no place to go and no one to spend the day with. I wanted to do something for those who don’t have any family.”
Organizers are still collecting food and gifts.
Great music, dancing and dining set the proper tone for the NEW YEAR and Highland Park has it all!
As our Holidays in the Park winds down, we look forward to the New Year among friends, family and like-minded revellers.
Below is a brief list of places to go and things to do close to home!
Ring in the New Year at Zeina's! Details HERE
Ballroom Dance at IM Gallery
Free New Year's Eve party upstairs at Lotus Studios.
Get Clear 4G Internet at CyberKnight Computers, NOW! with computer and monitor prices that can't be beat!
Shop Eden Organix for a new year and a new you!
Special Holiday ART Store inside White Lotus Home
featuring original & affordable art & gifts by
Celeberate Anna's Health Food Store 21st Anniversary with savings of 15-35%. Stop in for details!
Nighthawk Books has what you need--movies, books and more!
Family Martial Arts Academy runs special camps 12/27-31 and offers discounts at their PRO- SHOP
Tell them you saw it in HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS!
Keep connected and up-to-date with PJ's Coffee on Facebook HERE
January 2nd, check out Stage Stars at the George Street Playouse
Click here to find our what's happening at your LIBRARY this month.
Look for the next HP Happenings in 2011, when we will publish Main Street's calendar for the year!