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A Lexington Tradition: Festival of Lights December 7

The Chamber's 19th Annual Chamber Festival of Lights returns on Friday, December 7.

Creatively designed and beautifully lit, holiday floats will travel through the downtown. Prizes are awarded and we urge you to get your float built and registered for a chance at 1st, 2nd and 3rd place cash prizes. Stop by the Chamber to get your entry form!

Starting at 5:00pm, the Class of 2020 will be serving chili and hot cocoa on the sidewalk at 1016 Main Street and Big River Ranch will be offering “Pony Rides” on Franklin Avenue. Please show your support!

Again, this year, the Lexington Community Fair Board will feature a snow ball drop at 6:15pm and candy cane races and a fruitcake toss after the parade on the city lot at 12th & Main.

Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus will be located on the front terrace in front of the Chamber office at 1016 Main. Come visit Santa starting at 5:30pm. Santa will take a short break at 6:45pm to ride in the parade but will return after the parade. The lighting of the Community Christmas tree will be at 6:45pm. This Christmas tree will shine bright throughout the Christmas season.

Don’t miss the performances of Shapes Dance & Acro in front of the courthouse before the parade at 6:15pm. Participating downtown shops and businesses will be open as well; it's the perfect time to explore all the things Lexington has to offer.

We hope to see you for this Lexington tradition!

Lexington in Fact

>Was settled largely by Kentuckians and was named for Lexington, Kentucky.

>Is home to Wentworth Military Academy, founded in 1880, which still draws students from throughout the country and worldwide.

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