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Santa Claus is coming to town and lots more!

Too many good things happening to miss any of it. See you there!

dt%20delray.jpg Delray's 100-foot-tall Christmas tree

Thursday, Nov 29th

5 p.m. (Santa arrives in his helicopter at 7:15 p.m.)
Tree lighting Ceremony
Old School Square
Atlantic & Swinton
Delray Beach
Come early to get a good parking spot

10 - 10 p.m.
Ice Rink and Carousell
Takes places through January 3rd.
Old School Square

6 - 10 p.m.
On the Ave
The stores and restaurants along Atlantic Ave are open with art and music on every block.

For more information about all of these events, call 561.279.1380

Friday, Nov. 30

7:30 p.m.
Free Friday Concerts at the Pavilion
The Resolvers “Big Band Reggae”
Old School Square
51 No. Swinton
Delray Beach
Bring blankets or lawn chairs
No pets, food or beverages. Food trucks sell food and drinks.

Saturday, Nov 30

Sound of Music (Nov. 30 - Dec. 16)
Delray Beach Playhouse
950 Lake Shore Drive
Delray Beach
Cost: $30, students - $15
For more information call, 561.523.0723 or visit Delraybeachplayhouse.com

Great Restaurants

Tryst
4 E. Atlantic Ave.
Delray Beach
Menu
$$$ out of $$$$$
For more information, call 561.921.0186 or visit Tryst.com

Great Flicks

Red Dawn Click to see trailer.
Rated PG-13‎‎ - Action/Adventure‎
The U.S. has been invaded, and an American city awakens to foreign paratroopers dropping from the sky.

Good Reads

Merry Christmas Alex Cross by James Patterson Click to read synopsis
It's Christmas Eve, and for Detective Alex Cross that means bombings, nerve gas attacks and multiple murders.

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