The Campbelltown Community Alliance will present its fifth annual holiday tree lighting from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 26 at Campbelltown Community Park.

“Everyone is invited to attend this free event,” CCA spokeswoman Barbara Kauffman said in a release. “Come out and enjoy the food trucks, music, craft vendors. games, and of course, Santa!”

According to the CCA website, the group’s “biggest event of the year keeps getting bigger.”

The event will be held rain, shine or snow. All proceeds benefit Campbelltown Community Park.

Santa Claus will be at the park for pictures and chatting with his fans. For kids who want to put their wishes into writing, a table will be set up for writing letters, complete with an official Santa mailbox “to make sure every letter gets to where it needs to go.”

State police will be on hand with their mounted patrol – that means big horses, kids! – and people are invited to bring an unwrapped gift for the annual Fill a Cruiser event.

The popular scavenger hunt will be held throughout the event, as well as a table full of guess-how-much-candy-is-in-the-jar jars and, of course, Plinco. “Each game includes small prizes and big fun, all free and part of the holiday festivities,” the CCA promises.

Also returning this year is the basket raffle, which will be held in the pavilion. Note to wanna-be buyers: raffle winners must pay by cash or check.

More than a dozen vendors will be available for holiday shopping, with items ranging from jewelry to skin and hair care products, cocoa bombs, woodworking and homebaked sweets. Salem Church will also be selling baked goods and cookbooks; all of their proceeds will go to the Caring Cupboard.

Food trucks will be on hand from Haj Paj, Chubby Unicorn, and Shorty’s Funnel Cakes. DJ Hurley will provide holiday music.

Palmyra Greenhouse will there with fresh wreaths, and greenhouse owner Jessica Maloy will be selling and signing copies of her children’s book, “Rosie and Friends: Adventures of a Flower Truck.”

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