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Wauconda takes a walk on the holiday side

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  • Aaron, left, and Nora Basilio of Wauconda visit with Santa on Saturday at Wauconda's Holiday Walk on Main Street.

       Aaron, left, and Nora Basilio of Wauconda visit with Santa on Saturday at Wauconda's Holiday Walk on Main Street.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Mrs. Claus applauds the arrival of Santa on Saturday at Wauconda's Holiday Walk on Main Street.

       Mrs. Claus applauds the arrival of Santa on Saturday at Wauconda's Holiday Walk on Main Street.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Rudolph arrives Saturday at Wauconda's Holiday Walk.

       Rudolph arrives Saturday at Wauconda's Holiday Walk.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Santa arrives and feeds his reindeer at Wauconda's Holiday Walk.

       Santa arrives and feeds his reindeer at Wauconda's Holiday Walk.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • From left, Serenity Perez, Kara Pohlman and Abby Hammer try to keep warm Saturday during Wauconda's Holiday Walk on Main Street. All three belong to the Northern Illinois Scholarship Program, which embraces community service and helping others.

       From left, Serenity Perez, Kara Pohlman and Abby Hammer try to keep warm Saturday during Wauconda's Holiday Walk on Main Street. All three belong to the Northern Illinois Scholarship Program, which embraces community service and helping others.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Four-year-old Kenny Murphy of Lake Zurich sits on his father John's shoulders while waiting to see Santa on Saturday at Wauconda's Holiday Walk.

       Four-year-old Kenny Murphy of Lake Zurich sits on his father John's shoulders while waiting to see Santa on Saturday at Wauconda's Holiday Walk.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald staff report

A horse-drawn sleigh, a scavenger hunt and a gingerbread-decorating contest Saturday were among the highlights of Wauconda's annual Holiday Walk on Main Street.

Kids were able to visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus, make out their wish lists and participate in crafts and activities.

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Caroling, a tree-decorating contest, snowflake-lighting ceremony and an illuminated walk topped off the event.

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