Town Manager Brian Howard
41 South Main St.
Randolph, MA 02368
For Immediate Release
Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019
Contact: Benjamin Paulin
Email: [email protected]
Randolph Residents Invited to Upcoming Winter ‘One’derland Event
RANDOLPH — Town Manager Brian Howard and Turner Free Library Director Elizabeth LaRosee, in collaboration with Randolph Community Programs, are pleased to invite residents to the upcoming Winter “One”derland event next month.
“This year’s Winter ‘One’derland event will feature fun activities and entertainment that the whole family can enjoy,” Town Manager Howard said. “A lot of hard work has gone into the planning of this great event and we hope to see everyone in town there.”
Saturday, Dec. 14 from noon to 4 p.m.
The Winter “One”derland will be located in Crawford Square along Turner Lane and inside the Turner Free Library and the First Congregational Church. Parking will be available at the Randolph High School parking lot.
The Town of Randolph, Randolph Community Programs, Turner Free Library, First Congregational Church, Friendly Food Pantry, Medical Reserve Corps., Randolph Fire Department and Randolph Police Department will all partner together to host booths and events at the Winter “One”derland event.
The Winter “One”derland will feature a variety of performances, activities and vendors and is a family friendly afternoon open to the community for free.
The event is called the Winter “One”derland because Randolph Community Programs believes that the community has a whole makes up one unified Randolph.
The following performances are scheduled for the event:
- First Congregational Church Choir and Hand Bells
- Randolph High School Band
- Higashi Jazz Band
- Stajez Dancers
- Thematic Book Reading
- Tree Lighting
- And many more performances to keep your family entertained!
The following activities and booths will be available throughout the event as well:
- Food Trucks
- Beer Garden
- Craft Vendors
- Festival of Trees
- Face Painting
- Macaroni Kids
- Costumed Character Photo-Ops
- Letters to Soldiers
- And more!
“The afternoon will be filled with all sorts of activities and will be capped off with the annual tree lighting at the end,” said LaRosee, who helped to organize the Winter “One”derland. “We would like to thank all of our supporters, vendors and participants in advance ahead of this special event.”
Be sure to check the town website under Town News for any updates to the schedule at www.townofrandolph.com.