The Glen Rock Carol Singers need no introduction.
The 50 carolers and their entourage bring Christmas song and cheer to the residents and visitors of Glen Rock all through the night, as they have for 167 years dating back to 1848.
Perhaps you’ll meet the Caroler’s Peanut Man. He preceeds the Carolers handing out peanuts (30 pounds each evening) and announcing their imminent arrival. Follow the carolers through the streets all through the night.
At about 7 AM, the trek ends with the singing of the “Doxology” at the Community Christmas tree. The tree is just outside the Inn’s front door.
Even if you can’t stay through the evening, warm up before or after the experience by stopping at the Inn for a Mill Hot Toddy or a Mill Hot Chocolate.