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14th Annual Garden of Lights at Green Bay Botanical Garden

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Hurry! Only six days are left this 2010 Christmas season to take in Green Bay Botanical Garden's Annual Garden of Lights display. The last weekend show is December 17-19, or go post-Christmas on December 27-29.

The Garden is decorated inside and out. The Visitor's Center hosts a floral-themed Christmas tree, and Mr. and Mrs. Claus will make special appearances. Musicians and choirs will help you get into the festive mood, and the gift shop and concessions will be available.

Bundle up for a spectacular mile-long stroll in the Garden, decked out in a quarter million lights! The display requires nearly 1000 hours of manpower to complete, thanks to staff and volunteers. The various themes include flowers, insects, birds, snowflakes and stars. Highlights include the 5-story Christmas tree, walk-through caterpillar, and icicle forest. And to top it off, catch a horse drawn wagon ride. How romantic!

For additional information and prices, see 14th Annual Garden of Lights.




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