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The Ultimate Guide to a Frozen Holiday in NJ

Someone in your house can’t get enough of Anna and Elsa? Then you won’t want to miss these Frozen-themed holiday events.


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Frozen Ice Palace at the Mall at Short Hills

November 6–December 24, times vary
The Mall at Short Hills, Short Hills

Journey to Arendelle (err—The Mall at Short Hills) for a Frozen experience like no other (see our pics)! Take a picture on an ice throne with a stuffed Olaf, create a cool ice handprint, measure up to Sven and Olaf and (as if that wasn’t enough) meet Santa.
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Frozen Friday

November 14, 6–8 pm
Barnes and Noble, Holmdel

The kids can dress like their favorite character for an evening of Frozen-themed games, crafts, face painting and make-your-own Olaf cupcakes at Barnes & Noble. And don’t forget to pack the camera—You never know what surprise guests might make an appearance!
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Meet and Greet with Elsa

November 15, 10:30 am
The Learning Experience of Montgomery, Belle Mead

Bring your mini Elsa to the Learning Experience of Montgomery for a sing-along with the one and only Snow Queen. Then, stick around for pictures, autographs and a tour of the school.
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Disney on Ice Presents Frozen

November 19–30, times vary
Prudential Center, Newark IZOD Center, East Rutherford

Brace yourselves: Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristoff and Sven are skating into New Jersey. Don’t miss Disney On Ice’s interpretation of Arendelle at the Prudential and IZOD Centers. (And of course be prepared to spend your paycheck on spinning lights and Frozen-themed gear.)
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A Frozen Delight

November 22, 4:30–7 pm
Wild at Play, Jersey City

For Frozen-themed treats and karaoke—plus a performance by a surprise guest!—you've got to check out this Frozen party.
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Sing-Along with Anna and Elsa

November 22, 11 am–12 pm, 12:30–1:30 pm
All Saints Church, Hoboken

Grab your camera and get ready to belt out some of your favorite Frozen tunes with Anna and Elsa. After, meet the Ice Queen and Princess for some photo ops!
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Family Fun Day, featuring Elsa

November 29, 1–3 pm
Church of the Immaculate Conception, Montclair

Head to Montclair for an afternoon of face painting, balloons, music by local family-friendly rock band Jason Didner and the Jungle Gym Jam and a Queen Elsa-led sing-along to “Let It Go.”
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Frozen Fever Holiday Bash

December 6, 10–11 am, 1–2:30 pm
First Congregational Church of Westfield, Westfield
Dress as your favorite Frozen character (finally—another use for those Halloween costumes!) to meet and take a photo with Elsa, sing songs from the film, get sparkly (removable) tattoos, make crafts and more.
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A Winter Wonderland

December 6–7, 11 am–5 pm
Waterloo Village, Stanhope

See some live music, do some holiday shopping, and take a horse-drawn carriage ride before taking pics with Santa, Elsa and Anna.
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Elsa and Anna Playdate

December 19, 4–5:30 pm
Parteaz, Maplewood

You're invited to a royal tea party! Dress in your princess best for games, crafts and delicious treats with Elsa and Anna.
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Princeton Youth Ballet Presents The Snow Queen

December 20–21, 4 pm
Princeton High School Performing Arts Center, Princeton

See where it all began: The centuries-old story that inspired Disney’s Frozen will come to life on stage in the Princeton Youth Ballet’s brand new holiday production, The Snow Queen.
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Skate with Elsa and Anna

December 27, 12–2 pm
Bridgewater Sports Arena, Bridgewater
Hit the ice with Elsa and Anna before warming up at a tea party with the royal sisters.
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Disney on Ice Presents Princesses and Heroes

January 1–February 1, times vary
IZOD Center, East Rutherford

Sun National Bank Center, Trenton
In this rendition of Disney On Ice, all of your favorite characters’ worlds will meld together in one amazing, acrobatic production. Join Elsa, Anna and Olaf, plus countless others (Ariel, Cinderella, Belle and more!) at the IZOD and Sun National Bank Centers.
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Build-A-Bear Workshop's Frozen Collection

Ongoing
Throughout NJ

Everyone’s holiday season just got a little more magical, thanks to Build-A-Bear’s new Frozen-inspired collection. Head to a location near you to make your very own Elsa, Anna or Olaf with accessories, outfits and even sounds and songs (yes, your custom Elsa Bear can belt out “Let It Go”) while supplies last.
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Best Places to Take Preschoolers in December

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