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Mendham Borough Seal BOROUGH OF MENDHAM
973-543-7152 • 2 West Main Street • Mendham, NJ 07945

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Holly Trail Events 2012

Release Date: November 19, 2012

Holly Trail Events 2012
All Events are Free
Sat., Dec. 1, 2012

The Black Horse Tavern
1 West Main Street
Free refreshments and hors d'oeurves
A cash bar will be available.

Moormann’s Galleries
15 East Main Street
Noon to 2:00pm Reindeer Rides

Somerset Hills Bank
98 E. Main St.
Dog Pictures with Santa
Hours: 9:30 AM until Noon

Jeweler’s Gallery
9 W. Main St.
Mulled cider and homemade cookies

Mane Attractions Salon
20% off all Hair Products
10 am to 2 pm

Dante's Italian Ristorante
100 East Main St.
Free backpacksw
with your minimun order of $15.
Noon to 4 pm

Mendham Apothecary
Village Shopping Center
Sweets & Treats
Free samples of candy 10 am to 3 pm

Weichert Realtors
21 West Main Street
Story time with the Snow Princess
Cookies & Refreshments Noon to 3 pm

Social Graces Inc.
Fashions to fit the American Girl Dolls
and Bitty Baby.
Not on the Holly Trail this year.
Please call 973-543-2145.

Mendham Borough Library
10 Hilltop Rd.
Decorate your own
Gingerbread Man and have your
face painted by local girl scouts
11:00 am and 1:00 pm

The Community of St. John the Baptist
82 W. Main St.
Singing Bowl
Sound Healing & Meditation Tickets $45
1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Mendham Jeweler
Mendham Shopping Center
Raffle and Refreshments

Coldwell Banker
106 A East Main Street and 2 Cold Hill Rd.
Refreshments 9 am to 5 pm

Audrey I Prefer, MD
19 East Main St
(Mendham Medical Building)
Meet the Doctor, ask a question,a
and enjoy Refreshments from
12-4 pm.

Chocolate Shoppe
Mendham Village Shopping Center
Open House
Sample of cookies dipped in chocolate.
10 am to 4 pm.

Girl Scouts of the Mendhams
Caroling at the following locations.
Kings and Windswept
11 am

Mendham Books
Village Shopping Center
Clearance Sale, up to 80% off
on selected Books and Toys.

Peapack Gladstone Bank
17 East Main St.
Refreshments and some giveaways
9 am to Noon.
Village Wine & Liquors

Village Shopping Center
Winter beer sampling
12 – 3 pm

Blue Ridge Pool & Spa
Village Shopping Center
Free 4 lb. Bag of fat wood fire starters
with the purchase of everys
et of fireplace tools.
Store hours

Provident Bank
Light refreshments
Bank hours
9 am to 1 pm

Pet Valu
Village Shopping Center
Pet adoptions with the Randolph
shelter from 11 am-1 pm.
Treat give-away all day.

The Wealth Strategies Center II
7 Hilltop Rd.
Has space for lease or for sale.
Open House
Hot cocoa and homemade cookies.
1 pm to 4 pm

Men of Mendham Barber Shop
106 East Main St.

healingaia Holistic Wellness
(healingaia -h is not capitalized)

13 E Main St
Open from 12pm to 6pmd
isplaying healingaia Essential Oil
Blends and
Energetically Imprinted Crystals.
Lecture on Wholistic Detoxification
and Whole System Healing
from 2 to 4pm
please arrive ahead of time as doors
will be closed during the lecture.



Mendham Jewelers
Village Shopping Center
Giving Tree
Proceeds benefit Children's charities.

Caldwell Banker and the US Marine Corps Reserve
will be collecting new
unwrapped toys for needy children
106A East Main Street and 2 Cold Hill Rd.
9:00am to 5pm

Turpin Realtors
8 East Main St.
Hurricane Sandy Relief effort
Collecting NEW items blankets, pillows, clothes, personal hygiene items, nonperishable food items and other essential items.
Drop-off to receptacles in our vestibule.
Donations accepted any day 9am-5pm

Weichert Realtors
21 West Main St.
Collecting unwrapped toys for annual toy drive.

Robinson’s Drug Shop,
2 East Main Street
Winter Coat Drive


Gazebo Borough Field
Gathering 3:45 pm

Concert by Mountain View School 4:00 pm

Holly Trail Drawing, Santa and Refreshments


The Mendham Business Association would like to thank the Recreation Department, especially Bruce Bisceglia for the refreshments and the Department of Public Works for all their help. A special thank you to Mr. Lampine, Mrs Carpenter and the children of Mountain View School. We would also like to thank the Mendham Fire Department for driving Santa around town and to Marty Ford.
We would also like to thank all the businesses in the Association that volunteered their time to make this day possible