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Christmas in the Park

Published: 9:34 AM, 12/09/2008


The event, which traditionally remains open for several hours each evening through the end of the year, drew more than
10,000 vehicles in 2007. The park, which is temporarily closed at this time except for the drive-through in the evenings, will reopen for public use on Jan. 19, according to Butch Patterson, Greeneville Parks & Recreation director.
Channels: Occasions  Recreation 
Keywords: christmas,  in,  park,  lights,  holiday 


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