WEST FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Local businesses and nonprofits are feeling left out of the holiday lights display because of the event being more expensive now that it’s moved to the Red River Valley Fair than it was at Lindenwood Park. “We recognize that this has been turned over to a much more commercial aspect rather than a community aspect….
Website Fargo Mom Put Together A List Of Holiday Lights To Check Out
You guys are doing a good job of keeping the Christmas spirit going during COVID. I shared my first foray into decorating Christmas cookies Monday. After that, Linda in Ottertail, Minnesota shared her delicious-looking candy cane cookies with us. Man, I wish I could eat one of those. I love how she twisted the red and white-colored dough together…
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Ok, I’m looking to get more into the Holiday spirit this morning while still safely social distancing. Holiday events like Christkindlmarkt and Bonanzaville’s Christmas on the Prairie are cancelled this year, but we can still have some traditions that we held onto before the pandemic. One of my favorite childhood activities was driving around checking out Holiday light displays….
The lights will begin on Friday from 6:30 to 10 and will run until the end of December.
FARGO, N.D. — The Holiday Lights In Lindenwood Park is an annual celebration of festivities, traditions and supporting people in need. This year is the 21st for the group and they say it’s going to be a good showcase. “I thought last year our 20th year would be our best but I think the 21st is the biggest and best….
The Fargo-Moorhead Sertoma Club is displaying nearly 90 light displays
KVRR’s Maggie LaMere previews this year’s Holiday Lights display at Fargo’s Lindenwood Park. Holidays Lights begins on November 30th and will run each evening from 5:30 to 10 until New Year’s Eve. Categories: Morning – In The Community Tags: Fargo-Moorhead Sertoma Club, Holiday Lights, Lindenwood Park