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Annual Light Up Lexington Held In The Village

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  Original Published: 12/2/2013

A great kickoff to the holiday season in Lexington, Monday night.

Everyone was welcome to join in the festivities as "Reason for the Season" with a live Nativity display on the square kicked things off.

A band played Christmas favorites and hot cocoa and snacks were served as families awaited Santa's arrival! Santa was was certainly the star of the show.

Light up Lexington was not to be missed, and happened shortly after Santa arrived. Another cause for celebration...The City of Lexington's 200th birthday! A jam packed night, full of fun and festivities for all.

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