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Thousands Brave Stormy Weather for Hometown Holidays in Mansfield

Dec 14, 2016 02:33PM, Published by Melanie Heisinger, Categories: Community, Today


Photo courtesy of Mansfield Citizen Online 12/13/16 Press Release.



Photo courtesy of Mansfield Citizens Online.

On December 2nd, thousands of people braved stormy weather for Mansfield's Hometown Holidays event. 

According to 
Special Events Manager Angie Henley, “The holiday season is short and we didn’t want to miss our opportunity to bring these exciting things to Mansfield.” 

The forecast was set to have a chance of rain, but luckily holiday spirit was in the air in Mansfield, and thousands of people attending the annual event. 

The event included Mr. and Mrs. Claus, that had their village right outside of City Hall. There was also live music, food trucks, new life-size games such as the Human Claw, and so much more. 

Unfortunately, the parade had to be cancelled due to heavier rain, but ultimately the night was a success. 


Click here to read the full article from Mansfield Citizens Online
http://www.mansfieldcitizenonline.com/2016/12/13/

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