Christmas in July, get ready for fun at Jenkinson's.

Christmas in July is celebrated because Christmas is five months away. So many stores use deals or specials to celebrate that there are just five months until Santa comes.

Christmas in July is an opportunity to celebrate the snow and hot chocolate in the heat of summer. Ok, maybe a "cold" chocolate. It's delicious by the way.

Jenkinson's Boardwalk in Point Pleasant Beach is celebrating Christmas in July with so many great events beginning today (Tuesday, July 27th, and tomorrow Wednesday, July 28th). It's fun for the whole family with a little something for everyone, no matter their age.

Here is the schedule for this year's festivities - Christmas in July at Jenkinson's Boardwalk, Point Pleasant Beach:

Tuesday, July 27th, 2021 - 3 pm - 7 pm

3 pm - 7 pm -  Strolling Entertainment the whole time to put you into Christmas mode.

3 pm - 7 pm - Photos with Santa located at the South Beach Stage by the Amusement Park.

3:30 pm & 5 pm - CHECK THIS OUT, I love the Diving Santa at Jenkinson's Aquarium. (There is an aquarium admission)

4 pm & 6 pm - A Christmas Show by the Pavilion Beach Stage by the Aquarium.

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Wednesday, July 28th, 2021 - 3 pm - 7 pm

3 pm - 7 pm -  Strolling Entertainment the whole time to put you into Christmas mode.

3 pm - 7 pm - Photos with Santa located at the South Beach Stage by the Amusement Park.

3:30 pm & 5 pm - CHECK THIS OUT, I love the Diving Santa at Jenkinson's Aquarium. (There is an aquarium admission)

4 pm & 6 pm - A Christmas Show by the Pavilion Beach Stage by the Aquarium.

For more information on Christmas in July Jenkinson's Boardwalk Point Pleasant Beach, click here.

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