Lyndonville will continue Christmas tree display, but no big bash at the park

Photo by Tom Rivers: The Lyndonville community last year had 76 Christmas trees decorated at Veterans Park on Main Street, next to Johnson Creek near the dam.

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 16 November 2020 at 9:49 am

LYNDONVILLE – The village will have its 8th annual display of Christmas trees at Veterans Park from early December through at least Jan. 1.

There won’t be a festival or big bash when the lights are turned on for the first time for the collection of trees, like there has been in years past.

But there will still be display for people to enjoy during the holidays. Lyndonville has already sold 42 trees and the deadline is Thursday to purchase one. Many residents, businesses and community organizations have bought them in the past and then decorated them.

The village started the tradition in 2013 with 26 trees, and it has grown each year since with 76 last year. The $30 fee covers the cost of the tree, materials for the sign, lead cords, replacement cords and adapters as needed. Participants provide lights and decorations.

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