CRESTVIEW Attending Noel Night at the Crestview Public Library has become an annual tradition for T.J. Fulton's family.


CRESTVIEW Attending Noel Night at the Crestview Public Library has become an annual tradition for T.J. Fulton's family.



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"It's something different," the 22-year-old said. "I enjoyed pretty much everything."



 Families like Fulton's had several activities to choose from Thursday. Children participated in a scavenger hunt or made snowman ornaments, craft stick replicas of a kinara or a menorah and played the traditional Hanukkah dreidel game.  



Crestview resident Jay Haberline said his 4-year-old daughter, Lillianna, enjoyed spinning the dreidel.



"She caught on to it quickly," he said.



Attendees listened to live music performed by Crestview High School's Chanticleer chorus and Emmanuel Baptist Church's worship music team, featuring event organizer Heather Nitzel. 



Upon Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus' arrival, parents and children quickly filed in line to photograph keepsake snapshots and share Christmas wishlists. 



Nitzel, who serves as children's director at the library, said she was thankful for everyone who participated in the event.



Contact News Bulletin Staff Writer Matthew Brown at 850-682-6524 or matthewb@crestviewbulletin.com. Follow him on Twitter @cnbMatthew.