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Moomers To Host Christmas in July Event Monday

By Beth Milligan | July 24, 2022

Moomers Ice Cream will host a "Christmas in July" event on Monday, July 25 from 1pm to 7pm at the company's North Long Lake Road property to celebrate its 25th anniversary and raise donations for Northwest Michigan Toys for Tots.

Moomers will feature its popular Christmas flavors five months early, including Peppermint Stick, Pink Peppermint Fudge, Egg Nog, and Spumoni ice creams. Seven-layer peppermint pies, chocolate/peppermint stick ice cream sandwiches, egg nog, and pre-packaged quarts and half-gallons of Peppermint Stick ice cream will also be available for purchase. 

Toys For Tots will be on-site during the entire event collecting cash and toy donations, with the Northern Lower Brass Quarter performing from 1pm to 4pm and Santa making an early visit to the kids from 4pm to 7pm. Customers can register to win a variety of door prizes throughout the day, including Moomers ice cream, Jimmy John’s sandwiches, a full car detailing, and more.

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