A self guided tour of homes and businesses to view the festive holiday lights and decorations on display in our community. 
All levels of decor are encouraged to participate!

WHEN: The Lights of Little Silver will take place on Friday, December 4, 2020

Registration Process: Register to have your home or business featured on The Lights of Little Silver Tour. All homes & businesses are welcome to participate. Registration opens today, 10/16 and will close 11/20. $150 registration fee per entry. A tour ticket, viewing map, 1 voting ballot, 1 commemorative Lights of Little Silver mug and hot cocoa kit are included with home/business registration.  Register here

Touring Process: Tour tickets will go on sale on November 1st for $50. 1 Tour ticket includes: viewing map, 1 voting ballot, 1 limited edition Lights of Little Silver mug and hot cocoa kit. Distribution will occur on the day of the event, Friday 12/4. (Location and times TBD.)

WHY: Proceeds benefit the PTO which has been instrumental in the re-opening plan for our schools, supporting our students, teachers and community during this crazy time! Let's Light Up Little Silver and shine bright together.

PLUS...This will be a friendly competition. $1000 CASH PRIZE will be awarded to the home with the most votes!
Bragging rights included!


TSHIRT PICK UP AND
SPIRIT WEAR SAMPLES
Friday, 10/23 3:30-7PM
Road Runner Sports, Shrewsbury
COMMUNITY NEWS
MESSAGE FROM LS PD REGARDING HALLOWEEN
Halloween is ON in Little Silver this year – the Borough’s governing body and emergency management officials are strongly encouraging strict compliance with the New Jersey Department of Health’s “Halloween 2020 Celebration Guidance” and CDC Guidelines.

In a nutshell, if you are trick or treating, stay in your neighborhood and the close vicinity, visit homes where you are familiar with the residents, and limit the number of homes you visit. Sunnycrest, for instance, will not be barricaded as in recent years past. Parking will be restricted to one side of Sunnycrest only, with no parking signs within crosswalks, and near stop signs and intersections. Again, we are encouraging everyone to stay within your own neighborhood.

Please respect those who may not wish to participate – signs that can be printed and hung on your door advising whether you are participating in trick or treating, or not, can be found below, in the vestibule at Borough Hall and on the Library curbside pick up table.
Have a safe and happy Halloween.
CHANGE OF SCHOOL CALENDAR
WEEK OF
NOV. 2ND.