Covington enters the Hollydaze season

Covington enters the Hollydaze season

The annual Hollydaze event had snow, mistletoe and a giant holiday tree. Hundreds of Covington families and friends came out to the event to see Santa Claus drive a fire truck, watch the city light its tree and enjoy holiday treats. Each year Hollydaze kicks off the holiday season with special events all over the city and the community tree lighting.

Check out some of the photos from the event, held on Saturday, Dec. 7.


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Covington enters the Hollydaze season
Covington enters the Hollydaze season
Covington enters the Hollydaze season

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