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Holiday Events at Philadelphia Premium Outlets

From a media release by the Philadelphia Premium Outlets
WHAT:
This holiday season join us at Philadelphia Premium Outlets for some fun filled activities for the whole family. We will kick-off the holiday season with carolers and musical entertainment during our After-Thanksgiving Weekend Sale featuring Midnight Madness and continue through December.

Breakfast with Santa
Sun, Dec 6: 8:30am - 9:30am
Join us for a fun filled morning and delicious breakfast with Santa. Breakfast will be sponsored by Green Leafs and Bananas from 8:30 - 9:30am in the Food Court. Santa will then stroll throughout Philadelphia Premium Outlets until 12:30pm. Bring your camera to take advantage of this great photo opportunity. Reservations can be made by contacting the Information center at (610) 495-9000.

Holiday Entertainment - Strolling Victorian Holiday Carolers
Fri, Nov 27: 12:00 am - 3:00am
Dec 5, 12, and 20: 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Enjoy strolling carolers dressed in Victorian costumes performing holiday favorites throughout the courtyards.

Santa Arrives and Strolls
Sat, Dec 13 & Sun, Dec 19: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Santa Strolls the shopping center greeting children. Bring your camera for these photo opportunities.

WHEN:
Friday, Nov 27 – Sun, Dec 20

WHERE:
Philadelphia Premium Outlets, 18 West Lightcap Rd, Limerick, PA. (610) 495-9000

For directions and a complete list of stores, visit: www.premiumoutlets.com/philadelphia

Comments

Anonymous said…
I gotta tell you, with downtown retailers hurting as they are, I don't like seeing Limerick Outlets promoted here.
JW said…
I'm more than happy to promote any and all local businesses that would like to send me information.

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