The Town of Lauderdale-By-The-Sea will once again celebrate the spirit of the holidays with Christmas-By-The-Sea on Wednesday, Dec. 7 from 5:30 to 9PM.
An estimated 3,500 people attended last year's event, which is held on Commercial Boulevard at the beach, where the Town's oceanfront plazas and palm trees
are decorated with festive holiday lighting.
“We invite everyone to attend Christmas-By-The-Sea," Mayor Scot Sasser said. "We’ve planned a wonderful event with music and activities for the whole family
The festivities include Santa Claus arriving atop a fire truck for the official lighting of the Town's 25-foot tall Christmas Tree at 6PM. Children can
also meet later with St. Nick in Santa's Village at the Beach Pavilion.
All will enjoy the live entertainment and the Yuletide market featuring holiday and ocean-themed gifts and crafts. There will also be local food vendors in Anglin's Square.
State Contracting and Engineering, a Hollywood firm, generously sponsored this year's entire line-up of entertainment, which is being produced by Director
Jodi Bergman-McMahon, the owner of University Center for the Performing Arts in Davie. This year's event features many talented dancers, singers and
The Kids Craft area will be filled with lots of hands-on and creative activities for children to enjoy along with games, thanks to the sponsorship of Flynn
Engineering, a Lauderdale-By-The-Sea firm.
For more information, contact Debbie Hime at 954-640-4205.