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Hometown Holiday in PTC, Dec. 4

The annual Hometown Holiday in Peachtree City will take place Saturday, Dec. 4.  Festivities will begin with the Candy Cane Hunt at 5:15 pm on Shakerag Knoll. Hometown Holiday continues at 6 p.m. with a musical program at ‘The Fred’, sponsored by Sam’s Club. The evening concludes with the Lighting of the Grand Christmas Tree approximately 8 p.m. at City Hall located on Highway 54.

 The Fred will be collecting new toys for the Toys for Tots campaign during the holiday season, and a collection bin will be on-site at the entrance that evening. Also, purchase a cup of Starbucks coffee or hot cocoa at the Fred for $1 and proceeds will be used to purchase coffee for the troops.

 At 7 p.m., Santa leads the golf cart Trail of Lights procession from the Fred parking lot, along Lake Peachtree. The festivities culminate at City Hall for the lighting of the Grand Christmas Tree, and children can visit with Santa Claus.

For more information about the evenings events please visit the city website at www.peachtree-city.org, or www.amphitheater.org.

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