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Twelfth Night Holiday Tree Bonfire

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Join us, the PPCVB, the Village of Pleasant Prairie, and the Pleasant Prairie Historical Society, in reviving a historic Village tradition!

The Twelfth Night after Christmas (January 6th) is the traditional night to take down decorations and officially end the holiday season. What better way to celebrate than as a community over the burning of pine while singing your holiday favorites!

At 6 p.m. there will be a brief welcome with the tree burning to commence shortly after. Hot chocolate and treats will be available in the pavilion.

If you would like to contribute a tree to the event, you can place it inside the fenced-in drop off area along Park Drive on the west side of Lake Andrea. Holiday tree drop-off sites will be open starting December 26. Only trees are accepted. Please remove all wreaths, garland, lights, ornaments, tree bags, stands, nails, and other metal objects.

Donations are welcome to support the Historical Society, celebrating their tenth year, raise funds to complete their renovation of the Dublin School for the Pleasant Prairie History Museum.

More information: https://pleasantprairiewi.gov/news/2019_news/twelfth_night_holiday_tree_bonfire

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