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Northern Lights burning in Maine

Posted by Paul Kandarian  November 28, 2012 10:42 AM

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You don't have to go terribly far to see the northern lights - at least the L.L. Bean 7th annual Northern Lights Celebration in Freeport, Maine, a series of ongoing events that include horse-and-wagon rides, live shows, light displays, sled dogs and more. New to the list of Northern Lights activities this year is a Music Holiday Light SHow, featuring choreographed lights and visual effects timed to music. A new show appears each hour, five times a night, running through the end of the year. The shows start at 6 p.m. The famous store is celebrating its 100th anniversary, and ends the party New Year's Eve, with a fireworks display and free entertainment. All events are free. For information, visit www.llbean.com/northernlights

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