September 27

Christmas comes early in Nelson

Last month, committee members and volunteers met to do inventory, clean, and prepare lights for Baker Street.

Last month, committee members and volunteers met to do inventory, clean, and prepare lights for Baker Street to celebrate Santa coming and the festive season.

It was a glorious day and they managed to get all the work done in that afternoon, afterwards enjoying a barbecue with some spirited refreshment.

This year they intend to light up the rims of the buildings to add more light in the winter. Over the next few weeks they’ll be working to get lights in place. December 6 will be the second Elf Walk which will be held over two blocks this year.

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