Tuesday, December 4th: Madison Square Holiday 100th Year Celebration with Tree Lighting, Crafts, Treats & More

Madison Square Holiday Celebration
Madison Square Park, Manhattan
3:30-5:30pm
Free

Beginning in 1912, Madison Square was home to the first public holiday tree in the nation. Every year we are honored to be the birthplace of this wonderful tradition and this year marks our centennial celebration of this momentous event.

Please join us and pull out your centennial hats for the celebration of Mad. Sq. Holiday on December 4, 2012! Festive revelry will include holiday entertainment from The New York Life Singers and family fave, Audra Rox, treats from Hill Country Barbecue Market, holiday crafting with MSPC, and much more.

Festivities start at 3:30pm with the Tree of Light ceremony commencing at 4:30pm.

Don’t forget to drop by our history booth to learn more about the Tree of Light and be a part of our new tradition by making a wish on our wishing tree!

This is a very special year and we hope to see everyone there for the 100 year anniversary of our annual tree lighting!

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