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The Christmas season officially kicks off in Alexandria this Friday with the “Christmas in the Fort” event.
That’s when Santa and Mrs. Claus will visit the Runestone Museum and flip the switch to turn on the Christmas lights on Broadway.
The gates for the free event will open at 3 p.m.
When does the Christmas season officially begin in Alexandria?
When Santa Claus turns the holiday lights on along Broadway, of course!
Santa and Mrs. Claus will visit Alexandria on Friday, November 23 to share in the fun at the annual Christmas in the Fort event at the Runestone Museum’s Fort Alexandria.
Motorists in Woodbury are among the first in the nation to encounter a new traffic signal design that minimizes unnecessary waiting for motorists and improves safety. It's the state's biggest change in traffic sign design in 40 years.
Flashing lights mean “move over” in Minnesota – it’s the law. Today, August 31, the Minnesota State Patrol and several agencies statewide will increase patrols to enforce the state’s “Ted Foss Move Over” law.
The stage is set for another festive holiday season in Alexandria.
Crews from Alexandria Light and Power and the city street department put up the Christmas decorations this week. The lights will be turned on during a lighting ceremony at Christmas in the Fort today, Friday.
By Celeste Beam, Staff Reporter and Al Edenloff, Editor
, November 26, 2009
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