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"Miracle on Winfield Scott": A Festive Celebration for The City of Elizabeth


By: Richard L. Smith 

The City of Elizabeth is gearing up for a spectacular winter holiday festival, "Miracle on Winfield Scott."

This enchanting event, presented by the Honorable Mayor J. Christian Bollwage, the Elizabeth City Council, and various city departments, promises to be a delightful holiday night out for Elizabeth residents and their neighbors from surrounding towns.AdScheduled to take place in front of the City Hall on Tuesday, December 12, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., the festival is poised to offer fun-filled activities suitable for the entire family.

Highlights of the evening include a much-anticipated visit from Santa Claus, an array of engaging musical performances, a variety of vendors, captivating performances, delicious food options, and heartwarming caroling sessions.

One of the central attractions of the festival will be the annual tree lighting ceremony, set to occur at 6 p.m. This event traditionally marks the beginning of the holiday season in Elizabeth and is a sight to behold.

Mayor Bollwage, in the spirit of the festivities, extends his warmest wishes for a Happy Holiday season to all.

This event is not just a celebration but a testament to the community's spirit and the joy of the holiday season. Residents and visitors alike are encouraged to join in the festivities and experience the magic of the "Miracle on Winfield Scott."