Cascade Township, Michigan, Nov. 18, 2021 –
The Cascade Historical Society, in partnership with Cascade Township and the Cascade Township Downtown Development Authority, is inviting community members of all ages to its annual holiday tree lighting ceremony Sunday, Nov. 28.
The festivities will begin at 5 p.m. with a tree lighting outside at the Cascade Historical Museum, 2839 Thornapple River Drive SE. The free event also will feature a musical performance by The Original Dickens Carolers, giveaways for younger attendees and a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus. Light snacks and beverages will be provided.
The lighting of the 14-foot tree will take place in the museum’s gardens. A second 16-foot tree
at the intersection of Old 28th Street SE and Cascade Road SE and the museum’s rooftop also will be lit for the holidays.
“The annual tree lighting ceremony is a wonderful way for friends and neighbors to gather and spread some holiday cheer throughout the community,” said Sandra Korhorn, Cascade Township’s economic development director. “From the beautiful decorations to the music from carolers to the visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus, this special event is sure to kick off the holiday fun.”
After arriving by a Cascade fire truck, Santa and Mrs. Claus will be stationed inside the museum for visits. There is no charge for visits or photos with them.
To stay up to date on the tree lighting ceremony, visit the Township’s website
: Hunter Zuk, Sabo PR, 616.826.1120
About:About Cascade Township
Home to more than 19,000 residents, Cascade Township is committed to serving the public by providing the finest community services possible with respect, efficiency and integrity. With the Thornapple River at its heart, Cascade Township is recognized as an excellent place to live, work, play and raise a family. For more information, visit www.cascadetwp.com