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Saturday, December 9  11AM - 1:30PM

At The Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theatre 54 Journal Square, Jersey City - Directly across JFK Blvd from the JSQ PATH Station.

For the 24th Holiday Season in a row, Santa Claus will hear holiday wishes and take photos with his many fans in the Grand Lobby of the Landmark Loew's Jersey Theatre.

Everyone is welcome - kids, the young at heart, even pets!
  (Pet owners are asked to come between 12PM and 1:30PM only so as to leave the first hour for children and parents with pet allergies.)

The visit is FREE!

A quality digital photo is only $5 -- OR, if the child or parent bring a new, unwrapped toy for a needy child, the photo will be free too!    (Donated toys will be distributed off-site by a local charitable service.)

Twenty four Holiday Season ago, Friends of the Loew's brought Santa to the historic Theatre for the first time in order to give people a unique way to enjoy a favorite tradition of the Season.  Now its become a tradtion of its own, bu tit's still unique:

The setting is one of New Jersey's most ornate, landmark spaces that is richly decorated each year by Friends of the Loew's volunteers.

And because the Loew's is a non-profit theatre, the event is less hectic and less commercial than in malls and stores.

The price of a keepsake photo with Santa is also much more affordable.

Best of all, the Loew's Santa event is intended to give children and their parents a way to remember the less fortunate among us even as they contemplate their own Holiday wishes.  That's why we encourage Santa's visitors to bring a toy for a needy child who might otherwise not have any Holiday -- and in return we thank them for their generosity with a free photo.

This Visit Santa event is presented by Friends of the Loew's as a community service.

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