Neighborhood Network News: December 4, 2019
By Office of Communication
Posted on December 04, 2019, December 04, 2019

With all the hustle and bustle during the holiday season, here's a to-do list you won't mind tackling. In this edition of Neighborhood Network News, we have your favorite Arlington Christmas traditions plus a few new favorites. So start your holiday plans now.

✅ See Arlington's new Christmas tree

The 65-foot artificial tree is one of the tallest in the state. It has now been lit for the season and is on display in Founders Plaza, near the Levitt Pavilion

✅ Watch the 2019 Holiday Lights Parade

Head Downtown Saturday, Dec. 14 for the Holiday Lights Parade. You can get photos with Santa starting at 2 p.m. There will also be reindeer games and other entertainment. The parade begins at 6 p.m. and will be followed by a tree lighting and holiday movie. 

✅ Relive a Christmas tradition

The Vandergriff family's iconic poinsettia tree is now on display at the George W. Hawkes Downtown Library. The tree was on display from 1986 to 2015 before the family donated it to the City this year.

✅ See the lights in Interlochen 

What is the holiday season without a drive through Interlochen? Arlington's most decked-out neighborhood opens to visitors Friday, Dec. 13. Click the link above for a map and traffic information. 

✅ Visit the Christkindl Market

The Arlington tradition is back and bigger than ever. The German market "Christkindl" is now open near Texas Live! You'll find one-of-a-kind items, winter treats and an ice skating rink. Admission is free, and the market is open through Sunday, Dec. 22. 

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