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Celebrate the Season with Holiday Shows in Union County

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Evanston is hosting a number of festive events this holiday season. Festive events include festivals, lightings, musical performances and shopping specials. The Charles G. Dawes House, one of Evanston's most historic landmarks, will be decked out in festive decorations.
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Celebrate the Season with Holiday Shows in Union County

Celebrate the Season with Holiday Shows in Union County - Westfield, NJ - These performances are made possible in part by funding from the Union County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs, an NJSCA partner.

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Elgin celebrates holiday season with Krampus Krawl

Krampus Krawl 2022, a downtown Elgin pub crawl celebrating European folklore figure Krampus, will take place Dec 10 in Elgin.

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Celebrate the holiday season in Evanston with these festive events

Whether you hope to celebrate the holiday season with last-minute shopping, warm beverages or live music, you don’t need to look any further than Evanston for seasonal events to add to your winter agenda. Those in town during the month of December can bundle up, grab a holiday treat and join the Evanston community for... The post Celebrate the holiday season in Evanston with these festive events appeared first on The Daily Northwestern.

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Tribe welcomes Christmas season with special events

Celebrate the holiday season with the Cherokee Nation during the month of December.

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Baldwin events set to celebrate the Christmas season

BALDWIN — The Christmas celebrations and festivities in Baldwin kick off this Friday downtown.  Kids can have their pictures with Santa, from 3-5 p.m. at the Lake-Osceola State Bank.  Also from 3-5 p.m., MSU Extension will host a Holiday Jingle and Mingle at 830 S. Michigan Ave. Stop in for hot cocoa, chocolate samples and games.  This year, the Baldwin Christmas parade will start at 5:30 p.m. at the U.S. Forest Service building and proceed to t…

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