‘Turn On The Town’ Celebrates A Quarter Century of Lights and Santa

Photo: Don’t be shy; say hello to Santa at the Belmont Savings Bank.

Santa and Mrs. Claus are visiting Belmont Center tonight as the main attraction of the 25th annual Belmont Center Business Association’s “Turn on the Town” celebration taking place Thursday, Dec. 3 beginning at 6 p.m.

The Claus’ will arrive via Belmont Fire Department truck to the town’s Christmas Tree located adjacent to the Bellmont Cafe at 6:20 p.m. and then head over to the Belmont Savings Bank – the event’s main sponsor – headquarters at 2 Leonard St. where children (and some adults and pets) can have free photos taken with Jolly Ol’ St. Nick from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. While inside, enter to win  Holiday Prize Stockings stuffed with goodies!

Hammond Residential is sponsoring the annual Belmont Food Pantry Drive. The Belmont Food Pantry is providing assistance to a record number of Belmont families and needs to fully stock its shelves in time for the holidays.

For every food item donated to the Belmont Food Pantry during the food drive, Hammond Residential will donate $1 to the Foundation for Belmont Education. For a list of the most needed items at the Belmont Food Pantry, please click here.

In addition, during the Food Pantry Drive, Hammond will match any cash/check donations made to the Belmont Food Pantry with a matching gift to the Foundation for Belmont Education.

Enjoy free trains on Moore Street provided by Belmont Savings Bank and the Petting Zoo in the bank’s parking garage.

While at the bank, residents can purchase tickets for next week’s Holly Jolly Trolley tours, which benefits the Parents of Music Students at Belmont High School.

See you there.

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