Photo by Johanna Hovik
WOODBINE—Mayor William Pikolycky reminds local residents and neighboring municipalities throughout Cape May County to join with the Borough of Woodbine in celebrating the upcoming holiday season on Saturday, Dec. 10 as the Borough hosts its annual holiday parade, sponsored by the Woodbine Volunteer Fire Company.
The parade will begin at 6 p.m. and line up will start at 5 p.m. on Bryant Street east of Washington Avenue.
The parade route will be the same as on previous years – from Bryant south on Washington to Clay Street, east on Clay to Heilprin Avenue, and north on Heilprin to DeHirsch Avenue to the Firehouse.
Santa and the Mayor will light the Christmas tree on the bikepath and then conclude the evening at the Firehouse where refreshments will be served and trophies awarded. Woodbine Municipal Alliance will provide information about their programs. Santa will also be there to visit with the children.
“And earlier that day, from 2:30 to 2:50 p.m., stop by the Woodbine Branch of the Cape May County Library and listen to ‘Ring in the Holiday Season with the Joyful Ringers’ as the Joyful Bell Ringers include us in their tour of holiday performances throughout all of the CMC Libraries,” shared Mayor Pikolycky.