Meet and take photos with Victorian Santa at the Nitschke House; view all five period rooms of the c. 1880 home authentically decorated for the holidays; visit the site’s multicultural Christkindlmarkt, where the recently created Kenilworth Commemorative Coverlet (shown in the photo), handcrafted gift items and holiday treats/baked goods will be available for purchase; and enjoy favorite holiday tunes sung by the Christmas Matters Holiday Carolers, whose performance is being sponsored by the Kenilworth Education Association F.A.S.T. Committee. The professional carolers, who will perform a diverse repertoire of favorite holiday songs, will be dressed in Victorian era attire. Admission to all activities is free. Masks/face coverings are required. Visitors are invited to bring, for the Nitschke House Cultural Heritage Tree, an ornament (labeled with their family name) that represents their family’s heritage. Shown here is one of the many families who visited the Nitschke House during last year’s holiday celebration. Details about the Dec. 5 event, along with a videotaped reading by Victorian Santa of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas are being posted on the Kenilworth Historical Society’s website (www.kenilworthhistoricalsociety.org) and Facebook page. For further information, call 908-709-0434.