Ludlow to celebrate start of holidaysNovember 21,2012Ludlow to celebrate start of holidays
LUDLOW — The town of Ludlow will celebrate the beginning of the holiday season at the Depot Street Mini Park near Town Hall Saturday.
People will gather around the 12-foot Canaan Fir Tree at 5 p.m. and the Ludlow Elementary School Chorus will sing carols shortly afterward. All are welcome to join in the singing.
The tree was donated by Al Springer of Al’s Antiques on Route 100 in Ludlow. All decorations are natural and handmade by the members of the Garden Club. The tree has been donated by Al Springer of Al’s Antique’s on Route 100-N in Ludlow.
The Ludlow Garden Club organized the event. For more information email Joann Milza at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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