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December 11, 2022 06:01 PM
Mild temperatures likely helped draw people outside. The 11th annual event featured a bonfire with hot cocoa and s’mores, carolers, a snow art activity, photo booth and horse-drawn wagon rides in the south part of Trailside Park.
Children were able to visit with Santa and eat a meal at the Pequot Lakes American Legion.
Trailside Park North was the attraction at dark when the lights were all aglow, including a lighted walking path through the park.
Pequot Lakes police officer Mike Davis escorted the Grinch to light up the mayor’s tree - a huge evergreen adorned in red and white lights.
The Light Up the Night Parade along Government Drive featured the following winners: Pequot Lakes Park Board, first; Pequot Lakes-Breezy Point Lions Club, second; and Pequot Lakes Library, led by Tom Adams’ electric truck, third.
Fireworks capped off the Santa’s Bobbin’ Into Town event.
Community Action of Pequot Lakes sponsors Santa's Bobbin' Into Town.
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