For the 7th and final year, the Glynn family of Red Bank has a wonderful display to get you in the holiday mood!

This heart-warming Christmas village has grown to over to over 90 miniature buildings and hundreds of accessories including figurines, horse-drawn carriages and trees.

In this year's Jersey Shore miniature display, brothers James and Matt Glynn are recreating different scenes as well as some new ones in their enchanted village as part of their free, 'open garage' display.

The sad news is, now that James and Matt are older teens (they have been putting together this display since they were toddlers), this will be the final year of this tradition that has been enjoyed over the holiday season by so many families in Monmouth County (sometimes up to 200 people a night have shown up!)

This year's open display takes place this Saturday, Dec. 16th, 6 pm - 9 pm, at the Glynn home at 28 Sugar Maple Drive in Red Bank. Hot chocolate will be served, as well as desserts. There will as always, be continuous Christmas music playing.

Also, the boys have come up with new clues for their EyeSpy game for both children and adults alike. Good, old-fashioned family fun!