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Pioneer Christmas at the Forest City Stockade

The 22nd annual Pioneer Christmas celebration was held Saturday at the Forest City Stockade. Warm weather drew a large crowd to the event, which featured horse-drawn wagon rides, tours of the historic buildings, demonstrations of blacksmithing an...

Carolyn Lange / TribuneSanta and Mrs. Clause wait for children to visit them Saturday during the 22nd annual Pioneer Christmas celebration at the Forest City Stockade. Warm weather drew a large crowd to the event, which featured horse-drawn wagon rides, tours of the historic buildings, demonstrations of blacksmithing and candle-making, Christmas music and homemade food served outdoors.
Carolyn Lange / TribuneSanta and Mrs. Clause wait for children to visit them Saturday during the 22nd annual Pioneer Christmas celebration at the Forest City Stockade. Warm weather drew a large crowd to the event, which featured horse-drawn wagon rides, tours of the historic buildings, demonstrations of blacksmithing and candle-making, Christmas music and homemade food served outdoors.

The 22nd annual Pioneer Christmas celebration was held Saturday at the Forest City Stockade. Warm weather drew a large crowd to the event, which featured horse-drawn wagon rides, tours of the historic buildings, demonstrations of blacksmithing and candle-making, Christmas music, homemade food served outdoors, and visits with Santa Clause.

Carolyn Lange is a features writer at the West Central Tribune. She can be reached at clange@wctrib.com or 320-894-9750
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