Bucks County government will hold its 47th annual holiday program for all employees, their families and the community.
The program will take place Monday, Dec. 24, at the courthouse in Doylestown, 55 E. Court St., in the third-floor rotunda. It starts at 9:30 a.m.
Entertainment will include magician Steve Black and a performance bya choir of county employees. Lieutenant Governor Jim Cawley, a Bucks County native and former Republican Bucks County Commissioner, will read a holiday story to children.
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Frosty the Snowman will make special appearnces, and Santa Claus will come “down” the chimney. Each child will have the opportunity to visit with Santa and receive a free photo and gift.
The program is sponsored by CERA, the County Employees Recreation Association.