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NOW THAT’S A TREE — Oak Park Inn in downtown Waynesville volunteers its towering 60-foot-tall spruce to stand in as the town Christmas tree each year. The lighting of the tree will be at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6.

Come watch Waynesville's town tree illumiates for the holiday, shining bright in downtown Waynesville.

The ceremonial lighting of the town tree has now become a Christmas tradition. Come out to Oak Park Inn at 196 S. Main St. in Waynesville at 6 p.m. and enjoy caroling, hot chocolate, candy canes, and Kandi's Bakery will be open for you to grab a delicious treat.

The lighting this year coincides with Art After Dark, a monthly gallery stroll through downtown. The tree at the Oak Park Inn is perfectly located to welcome visitors as they approach the core downtown business district, and helps bring that end of Main Street into the larger fold.

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