The ceremony will be on Nov. 23, and will feature the lighting of holiday lights in the Village Center plus a visit from Santa.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Viviana Buzo
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
The Greendale Chamber of Commerce and the Village of Greendale will host the Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on "Thanksgiving Friday", Nov. 23 in front of Village Hall. Festivities will begin at 6:30 p.m., marking the first night the village will be illuminated by 75,000 twinkling lights. Santa will also visit, arriving on a fire engine to deliver treats to boys and girls. This will also be the first of the Village Center's Ultimate Shopping Nights, where many businesses will remain open into the evening. Horse-drawn carriage rides will also be available. Last year's ceremony featured the Greendale High School Choir leading the crowd in a community sing-along of carols, followed by a count-down to the lighting of the holiday lights and a …
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