Holidays in sight on special night

Kalyca McGuire
Special to Colorado Community Media
Posted 12/2/19
The city of Littleton hosted its 36th annual Candlelight Walk and Tree Lighting on Nov. 29. The holiday entertainment included live reindeer, Town Hall Arts Center Dickens Carolers, a dancing …

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Holidays in sight on special night

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The city of Littleton hosted its 36th annual Candlelight Walk and Tree Lighting on Nov. 29. The holiday entertainment included live reindeer, Town Hall Arts Center Dickens Carolers, a dancing Christmas tree and ice sculptors, among other festivities.

From 4:30 to 7 p.m., families walked up and down Main Street, taking photos of their children with reindeer at Bradford Auto Body, enjoying the free hot cocoa and apple cider provided by Western Welcome Week, and anticipating the appearance of Santa himself in the parade. The parade was led by gingerbread men from the Littleton Youth Ballet, Heritage High School Brass, VW Bugs and
even an ice princess.

As Santa and his parade made their way to the stage near Bowles Plaza, Santa lit up Main Street with approximately 1 million lights. Once on stage, Santa used a candy cane switch to illuminate a giant tree with Christmas lights. After the neighborhood was completely lit up with lights, Santa made his way to the Town Hall to visit children who were eager to tell him what they wanted for Christmas this year.

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