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Sunday, November 27, 2022

PHOTOS: Tree Lighting & Festival in the Park

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Hundreds came to Wrightsville Beach Park on Friday, Nov. 25 for the annual tree-lighting ceremony and on Saturday, Nov. 26 for the Festival in the Park. Photos by Johanna Ferebee:

From left, Kemp Sampson and Dylan Sheehan, both 3, visit with Santa after the tree lighting ceremony on Friday evening in Wrightsville Beach Park.
From left, Kemp Sampson and Dylan Sheehan, both 3, visit with Santa after the tree lighting ceremony on Friday evening in Wrightsville Beach Park.
Jacob Lewis, 1, says hello to a new friend by the newly lit tree in Wrightsville Beach Park on Friday evening.
Jacob Lewis, 1, says hello to a new friend by the newly lit tree in Wrightsville Beach Park on Friday evening.
Hundreds gathered in Wrightsville Beach Park on Friday evening for the annual tree lighting ceremony and visit with Santa.
Hundreds gathered in Wrightsville Beach Park on Friday evening for the annual tree lighting ceremony and visit with Santa.
Hundreds gathered in Wrightsville Beach Park on Friday evening for the annual tree lighting ceremony and visit with Santa.
Hundreds gathered in Wrightsville Beach Park on Friday evening for the annual tree lighting ceremony and visit with Santa.
Hundreds gathered in Wrightsville Beach Park on Friday evening for the annual tree lighting ceremony and visit with Santa.
Hundreds gathered in Wrightsville Beach Park on Friday evening for the annual tree lighting ceremony and visit with Santa.
Terri Hegeman, left, and Reilley Hegeman shop at Art by SNIP, a local vendor at Festival in the Park on Saturday.
Terri Hegeman, left, and Reilley Hegeman shop at Art by SNIP, a local vendor at Festival in the Park on Saturday.
"People have been stopping by talking, but not too much buying" said Dorris Jeffries of Just Silver at Festival in the Park this Saturday.
“People have been stopping by talking, but not too much buying” said Dorris Jeffries of Just Silver at Festival in the Park this Saturday.
Shoppers stop by Art by SNIP, a local art vendor at the Festival in the Park on Saturday. "Nothing has blown over yet. I thought they might end up like wind chimes but they've been okay" said artist Sara Pascarell of her creations.
Shoppers stop by Art by SNIP, a local art vendor at the Festival in the Park on Saturday. “Nothing has blown over yet. I thought they might end up like wind chimes but they’ve been okay” said artist Sara Pascarell of her creations.
"A little traffic, not so much as previous years but it's cold" said Cynthia Davis, middle, of the turnout at this years' Festival in the Park on Saturday at Wrightsville Beach Park.
“A little traffic, not so much as previous years but it’s cold” said Cynthia Davis, middle, of the turnout at this years’ Festival in the Park on Saturday at Wrightsville Beach Park.
10-year-old John Spinosa, left, with Phil Kraus outside the United States Coast Guard booth at the Festival in the Park on Saturday.
10-year-old John Spinosa, left, with Phil Kraus outside the United States Coast Guard booth at the Festival in the Park on Saturday.
Wrightsville Beach Park hosted Festival in the Park during the 33rd Annual North Carolina Holiday Flotilla weekend on Saturday.
Wrightsville Beach Park hosted Festival in the Park during the 33rd Annual North Carolina Holiday Flotilla weekend on Saturday.

 

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