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Community celebrates birth of the Christ child

Ellinwood children and young adults dressed for the Living Nativity held at the first ever Christkindlmarket. Live animals completed the reenactment.

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ELLINWOOD — Decorated Christmas trees, German food, a living nativity, and  shopping galore all marked Ellinwood’s first ever Christkindlmarket on Sunday.
Festive crowds from throughout the state were out enjoying the splendid and warm December weather with one visitor coming all the way from Germany.
Shoppers visited some of the 47 vendors present in downtown businesses and took a carriage ride, watched a ventriloquist, or for the children, had their face painted.
As the sun set, the evening’s activities began and 200 people gathered at the Historic Wolf Band Shell. The community choir sang various Christmas songs such as ...

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