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Mayor's Christmas Tree Lighting

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Event# 913-845-2620

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The Mayor’s Christmas Tree lighting is a free event in downtown Tonganoxie. Visitors can enjoy carolers dressed in traditional garments circa 1900, carriage rides, baked goodies and hot cocoa while watching the Mayor light the 10-foot tree at 4th Street between Bury and Green. This event typically occurs the Saturday before each Thanksgiving in downtown Tonganoxie.

Mayor's Christmas Tree Lighting


Phone : 913-845-2620   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : info@tonganoxie.org

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