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Experience the warmth and history 
of the holiday season with
Landmark Park'92s Victorian Christmas
 on December 14 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. This
annual open house is Landmark Park's way 
of saying thank you to the community for
its support during the year.

Wreaths, garlands and swags made from 
native evergreens and other natural materials
will decorate Landmark Park's historic buildings. 
Visitors  will have a chance to
make old fashioned ornaments and decorations
 to take home or hang on a cedar tree at
the park.  
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