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November 22, 2013

FOL celebrates 21st year with Saturday opening

CHICKASHA —

The Festival of Light will open tomorrow for its 21st season. 

President of the Board of Director for FOL Mark Millsap said this season will feature some new additions that will brighten any Scrooge's holiday season. 

"It's free, so bring the kids," said Millsap. "It's fun for the whole family. Come down, have some food and take a tour. You'll be able to see the brand new lights on the 16-story tall Christmas tree."

Food vendors will now grace Shannon Springs Park for FOL as well. Millsap said barbecue, speciality coffees, apple dumplings and baked potatoes will be available for purchase. 

A portion of the vendor's money will go back into FOL.

Hot chocolate and homemade cinnamon rolls will be available at the gift shop.

FOL opens every night at 6 p.m.

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