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Germantown flips the switch at its annual Holiday Tree Lighting

ABC 24 Chief Meteorologist John Bryant headed to Germantown to check out the festivities at the annual tree lighting Friday night.

GERMANTOWN, Tenn. — With Thanksgiving now past, it’s time for many to start decking the halls. And Friday, they flipped the switch for the annual Germantown Holiday Tree Lighting.

The fun began at 5:00 p.m. at Municipal Park at 1900 South Germantown Road. The tree lighting happened at 5:30 p.m. 

ABC 24 Chief Meteorologist John Bryant headed to Germantown to out the festivities.

The Germantown Community Chorus got folks in the mood with holiday tunes, there was hot chocolate and smores, and the big man from the North Pole was rumored to be making an appearance.

Watching the first flicker of the white light on the holiday tree is a long standing tradition in Germantown. We hope...

Posted by City of Germantown, Tennessee Government on Friday, November 26, 2021

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