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Celebrate the holiday season this weekend at Evergreen Cemetery.

Celebrate the holiday season this year at a very unlikely location; Evergreen Cemetery on the Glendale/Bushwick border.

On Saturday, Dec. 3, the cemetery will host their second annual holiday party right inside the cemetery, located at 1629 Bushwick Ave., from 1 to 3 p.m.

The free holiday event is open to the public and will include a visit from Santa Claus, trips on the Santa Express train, hot chocolate and a s’mores station.

Evergreen Cemetery is a 225-acre nondenominational cemetery, established in 1849. The cemetery is abound with rolling hills, flat areas and thousands of trees, all of which will make beautiful scenery for this holiday event.

If there is inclement weather on the day of the party, the rain date for the event will be the following weekend, Saturday, Dec. 10.

According to Evergreen Cemetery, RSVPs for the holiday event are appreciated but not required. If you would like to RSVP, visit their Eventbrite page, send an email to info@theevergreenscemetery.com or call by phone at 718-455-5300.

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