90’s tree lighting at Levis Commons

. November 3, 2017.
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Levis Commons’ tree lighting ceremony is an annual holiday tradition. This year, they’re spicing it back with a Back To The 90s celebration. With the usual holiday merriment, the music this year will all be 90s holiday hits presented by the Skittle Bots. Dress in your warmest 90s attire, bring the grandkids and dance along to the hits of yesteryear. And of course, be sure to welcome Santa back and get a photo of him with the little ones. 6-7pm. Saturday, November 18. The Town Center at Levis Commons, 3201 Levis Commons Blvd., 419-931-8888. Check out the event on Facebook.

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