Christmas In The Square

Maddie Cargile and Kate Furney

Kate Furney, WIN-TV Reporter

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Christmas In The Square is a Frisco tradition. The event takes place in Frisco square and has many different attractions for residents to take part in. The light show is The squares most popular activity. Drive through the square to see the lights and tune into 107.3 FM to hear Christmas music alongside the light show. The lights aren’t the only activity available to visitors. There is a giant Christmas ornament that allows visitors to step inside and take pictures. Another popular option is the ice skating rink. There is a 12$ charge per person, with or without skates but once you’re in you are free to stake to your heart’s content.  Are you still looking for a perfect tree? Boy scout troop 51 is once again selling fresh Christmas trees at their tree lot. They are offering Fraser Firs, Douglas Firs, and Scotch Pines. Finally, the newest addition is the Christmas tree maze. Entry is 5 dollars per person. Inside the tent is an elaborate maze with twists and turns and even colorful lights.

If you’re looking for something festive to do with family or friends Christmas In The Square is open November 23rd through December 31st.