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  1. Wonderland StoryFest - The Gingerbread Cowboy

    November 23, 2020, 10:00 AM - November 29, 2020, 5:00 PM @ Multiple locations on Marshall Main Street to be posted in November 2020.

    Each week, a children's story will be on display through shop windows; as you stroll downtown, you're directed to the next page in the story! Participating merchants will have crafts and special treats that go along with the story of the week to enjoy in store. A virtual reading of the book will be uploaded at the end of the week, along with ideas for crafting along at home. Wonderland of Lights is committed to the safety of our merchants, citizens, and guests. We will continue to stay informed on the most recent regulations in place and will further adapt or cancel any events as needed. ** SAFE PRACTICES ** - Shops are limited to 75% capacity under the current governors order. Social distancing will be observed while in store and masks are requested for ages 10+. - Sanitation stations will be available throughout the downtown area.

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  2. Wonderland 6th Annual Wassail Walk

    November 28, 2020, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Main Street merchants will be announced soon.

    Join us for Wassail Walk on National Small Business Saturday! Wassail will be served at various shops and restaurants in historic downtown Marshall. Participating merchants will be competing for the coveted "Taste of the Town" people's choice! Wassail is a hot drink that is made with either wine, beer, or cider, spices, and sugar. It is traditionally served from a large bowl, especially at Christmas. Wassail Walk merchants each put their own twists on the recipes, which are heavily guarded secrets! We are committed to the safety of our merchants, citizens, and guests. We will continue to stay informed and will further adapt any events as needed. *SAFE PRACTICES - Shops are limited to 75% capacity. Social distancing will be observed. - There will be no souvenir mug, but rather each stop will use single serve cups. - Hand sanitation stations will be available throughout downtown. - Please mask up unless eating or drinking. -"Taste of the Town" voting will by virtual.

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