Winter Wonderland Open House at NBSB
North Brookfield Savings Bank is ready to celebrate the holidays with their local communities and the Bank is spreading good cheer by inviting everyone to attend their first-ever Winter Wonderland Open House, Saturday, December 7th from 9am – 12PM, at the Bank’s North Brookfield Branch, 9 Gilbert Street, North Brookfield.
North Brookfield Savings Bank is a proud sponsor of North Brookfield’s 25 Days of Christmas, and the Winter Wonderland Open House is a way to celebrate the season with local residents. Employees will be wearing festive Christmas sweaters and welcoming customers and community members to join in the holiday fun!
Visitors to the event will enjoy FREE, fresh-popped snowman popcorn along with cider and cookies. Fun holiday games such as Candy Cane Fishing, Snowball Bowling and Match the Mittens, among others, will be available for children to play, earning them a special goody bag to take home. Plus, while visiting guests can take a photo with Gumdrop, North Brookfield Savings Bank’s 5’ tall Gingerbread Man who will be on display!
Winter Wonderland Open House
Saturday, December 7, 2019
9AM – 12PM
North Brookfield Savings Bank
North Brookfield Branch
9 Gilbert Street, North Brookfield
As a part of its Annual Toy Drive, NBSB will be accepting new, unwrapped toys for local children. All donations, whether toy donations or monetary donations are welcome, but not required. The bank will match every dollar donated and contribute $1 for every toy collected, up to $250 per branch.
In addition, you can celebrate the holidays with North Brookfield Savings Bank at Santa Day taking place at the Bank’s Belchertown Branch on November 23rd, by watching the Ware Holiday Flair Parade with NBSB handing out fun giveaways, and by attending the Bank’s White Christmas Open House on December 8th at their West Brookfield Branch. New this year, North Brookfield Savings Bank is a proud sponsor of Light Up Palmer, an event dedicated to lighting up the business section of downtown Depot Village and celebrating the holiday season with the community.