Holiday Caroling Through Jackson Heights

Bundle up the kids and kick-off the holidays with some festive tunes at the Annual Winter Caroling Walk through Jackson Heights.
 

Taking place this Saturday evening, December 17, from 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m., the Caroling Walk is a free family activity which truly represents the diversity of our borough.

With a variety of winter and holiday songs from all faiths, languages and cultures represented, as well as songs in sign language, all groups will have the opportunity to introduce new songs to the group and join together as one to celebrate the true meaning of the holidays.

To create a truly festive atmosphere, small acoustic instruments are welcomed, as well as any holiday attire you choose (Santa hats, red noses).

Organizers request the following for Safety:

  • Bring your own candles and or flashlights so you are easily seen by cars
  • All children 16 and under be accompanied by an adult
  • Children under 12 wear reflective clothing instead if carrying candles
  • Dress warmly and wear comfortable shoes

Meet at Dante’s Shopping Center located at 31st Avenue at 76th Street (the lot will be open to those who need parking).

 

Jennie Abrams – Rosenberg