LEWISBORO, N.Y. -- Frigid weather could not stop the Town of Lewisboro's holiday celebration on Monday night, Dec. 8.
The celebration, which took place at Town Park in South Salem, included singing, the lighting of a soaring tree, and visits from folks dressed as Santa Claus, Olaf from the movie "Frozen" and a reindeer.
Studenta cappella groups from John Jay High School performed several tunes, including "Let It Go," a song that mentions, "the cold doesn't bother me, anyway."
The student groups included The Noteables and the Treblemakers.
A group of kids also came to the stage, performing a rendition of "Jingle Bells."
For Lewisboro Supervisor Peter Parsons, Monday included two events, as it was also his birthday. Parsons was honored with a rendition of "Happy Birthday" from the crowd before giving the countdown to the tree lighting.
"Happy holidays to all," Parsons said.
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