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The City of Chicago is proud to present the 101st Anniversary of the Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on Daley Plaza, Tuesday, November 25.
More information will be announced soon.
Chicago’s first municipal Christmas tree was lit in 1913 on Christmas Eve by Mayor Carter H. Harrison in Grant Park. The tree was a 35 foot tall Douglas Spruce placed on 40ft poles and studded with smaller trees to give the appearance of a much larger tree. It was decorated with 600 multi-colored lights and topped with the Star of Bethlehem. Read more.
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
50 W. Washington St. (Washington and Dearborn)
Chicago, IL 60602
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