Get yourself in the holiday spirit by visiting any one or more of several events happening in Lynbrook this weekend. And stay tuned for some of the holiday articles that will be up on the site later today.
Breakfast With Santa
If your children can't wait for Santa to come on Christmas Eve, why not visit him at Lynbrook's Breakfast with Santa, being held today at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. at the Knights of Columbus (St. Mary's/Maris Stella Council No. 2228), at 78 Hempstead Avenue.
A very limited number of tickets are still available, so come bright and early to have a chance at visiting the big man.
Fire Truck Rides
Then, head over to the Earle Avenue parking lot beneath the Lynbrook railroad tracks to take a ride on a fire truck, courtesy of the Lynbrook Fire Department.
Rides are free, and are held from 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Naomi Zeitlin Holiday Concert
The Lynbrook Public Library is hosting Naomi Zeitlin Holiday Concert today from 2-3:30 p.m.
Holiday songs, such as "Jingle Bells," "Winter Wonderland," White Christmas," "The Christmas Song," "Light One Candle" and "Chanukah oh Chanukah" will be performed. A variety of jazz, Broadway show tunes, blues, and international music will be mixed in, as well.
Where to Buy Your Christmas Tree
We'll have an article going up at 4 p.m. today detailing where in Lynbrook to purchase a Christmas tree, and how to take care of it through the holiday season.
Make it a Stress-Free Holiday
Is your teenager planning to spend the holidays away from home?
Patch columnist Cindy Springsteen will offer some tips how to approach the conversation with your teenager, letting them know early on how much time you expect them to spend with the family.
That article will be on Lynbrook Patch a little later today.
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