Chestnut Hill Annual Circle of Trees was held at Woodmere Art Museum on Nov. 17, 2018. (Photo by Darryl Moran)
The Wyndmoor Hose Company No. 1 transported Santa Claus to Woodmere. (Photo by Sue Ann Rybak)
Students from Norwood-Fontbonne Academy sang Christmas Carols at the event. (Photo by Darryl Moran)
Attendees took photos and video of Santa Claus and other attendees at the Tree Lighting. (Photo by Darryl Moran)
Children and parents wait patiently in line to see Santa Claus. (Photo by Darryl Moran)
Santa listens as a little boy tells him what he wants for Christmas. (Photo by Sue Ann Rybak)
A family takes a photo with Santa Claus at this year's annual event. (Photo by Darryl Moran)
Chestnut Hill resident Mila Salas, 6, smiles after talking to Santa Claus at the Woodmere Art Museum. (Photo by Sue Ann Rybak)
Martha Sharkey (left) and members of her family enjoy meeting Santa Claus at the Woodmere Art Museum. (Photo by Darryl Moran)
Gemma Cooper, 7, of Erdenheim, tells Santa Claus what she wants for Christmas. (Photo by Sue Ann Rybak)
Chestnut Hill resident Dusty Stroll, 6, enjoys her hot chocolate while sitting on the fire truck. (Photo by Sue Ann Rybak)
Anne McNiff, executive director of Chestnut Hill Community Association, Philip Dawson (center) executive director of Chestnut Hill Business District, and William Valerio, executive director of Woodmere Art Museum in Chestnut Hill. (Photo by Darryl Moran)
A little girl laughs after meeting Santa Claus at Woodmere Art Museum's Annual Circle of Lights and Tree Lighting. Attendees enjoyed live music, hot chocolate, cookies and a visit from Santa Claus. (Photo by Darryl Moran)
Members of the Chestnut Hill Association, Chestnut Hill Business Association, Wyndmoor Hose Company No. 1 and the Woodmere Art Museum wish Santa Claus a Happy Holiday. (Photo by Darryl Moran)
Representatives from Chestnut Hill Hospitals Scott Friend and Melissa Hinds accept unwrapped toys to donate to a charity for underprivileged children. (Photo by Sue Ann Rybak)
Chestnut Hill Community Association members and volunteers spread holiday cheer at the annual tree lighting held at Woodmere Art Museum. From left Cache Hall, Kate O'Neil, Catherine Wedgwood and Richard Snowden. (Photo by Sue Ann Rybak)
Woodmere Art Museum lit up for the annual Circle of Trees event, which kicks off “Holidays on the Hill” and the Christmas season in Chestnut Hill. (Photo by Darryl Moran)

Friends and family came together to celebrate the annual tree lighting and beginning of the Chestnut Hill’s Holiday Season at Woodmere Art Museum, 9201 Germantown Ave. in Chestnut Hill on Nov. 17.

Attendees enjoyed live music, hot chocolate, cookies and a visit from Santa Claus.

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