Windham getting in the spirit with tree-lighting festivities
The festivities will take place on Windham Town Common from 3 to 5 p.m., according to Recreation Director Cheryl Haas.
Photographs with Santa will be available inside the town's Cable Studio immediately following, while local Girl Scout troops will offer holiday craft-making upstairs at Windham Town Hall.
At 4:45 p.m., children from the Windham Middle School chorus will lead the audience in caroling around the Town Common gazebo, with the tree to be lit at dusk.
Windham Police Chief Gerald Lewis reminded residents that North Lowell Road would be closed to all traffic between Route 111 and Londonderry Road during the holiday festivities.
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