Iceless Skating Rink and Cash Cube Coming to Monmouth’s Christmas on the Square

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The 5th Annual Christmas on the Square in Downtown Monmouth will be Friday, December 2nd from 5 to 8 pm. New additions will make an appearance during this year’s Candyland Christmas theme, shares Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kelli Kinzer:

“One exciting thing, Smithfield Foods and Midwest Bank have joined forces, and we are going to bring an iceless skating rink to Monmouth; they bring the rink, they bring the skates, the benches, the music, and the lights. We also have something else really, really exciting. We want this to be a family event. We have children’s attractions, how can we have more adult attractions, so the Monmouth Chamber is now the proud owner of a Cash Cube, where you get inside, and the money is blowing around and you try to grab the cash that is sponsored by Security Savings Bank. We will have our carriage rides. We are going to have our train rides. We have a huge response for a vendor market this year. Santa will be at Meks on Main with Tiffany Cole Country Financial again this year.”

Karla’s Giving for All the Right Reasons this Season Christmas Toy Drive has been selected as this year’s charity of choice.

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