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November 20 11:02 AM

The Outlets at Louisiana Boardwalk to Host Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, Thursday, Nov. 21

Free, festive event will include live music, Toys for Tots toy drive and more


 SHREVEPORT-BOSSIER, LA – The Outlets at Louisiana Boardwalk will light their 30-foot-tall Christmas tree during the annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, 6 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 21. This free, festive event will include live music performed by Songs of the Season and X-Factor contestant Willie Jones, as well as appearances by the W.T. Lewis Elementary Bulldog Cheerleaders and the Green Acres Middle Mustang Prancers. Children can have their photos taken with Mr. and Mrs. Claus, and the first 500 children will also receive a free holiday gift. Toys for Tots will be on-hand collecting donations, and guests are encouraged to bring a new, unwrapped toy for donation. Representatives of the City of Shreveport and the City of Bossier City, including Bossier City Mayor Lo Walker, are expected to attend.

For more information on holiday events taking place in Shreveport-Bossier, visit www.sbfunguide.com or visit a Shreveport-Bossier Visitor Center and pick up a copy of The Holly Jolly Handbook, a free publication that lists numerous Shreveport-Bossier holiday attractions in one convenient guide.

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