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MainStreet Libertyville's Dickens of a Holiday Festival

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  • Ethan Schoenfeld, 9, of Libertyville makes a snow angel after visiting with Santa Claus in Cook Park during Dickens of a Holiday Festival on Saturday in Libertyville.

       Ethan Schoenfeld, 9, of Libertyville makes a snow angel after visiting with Santa Claus in Cook Park during Dickens of a Holiday Festival on Saturday in Libertyville.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Ethan Schoenfeld, 9, covers his face, due to blowing snow, as his sister Teagan Schoenfeld, 7, both of Libertyville goes through her wish list as she visits with Santa Claus in Cook Park during Dickens of a Holiday Festival on Saturday in Libertyville.

       Ethan Schoenfeld, 9, covers his face, due to blowing snow, as his sister Teagan Schoenfeld, 7, both of Libertyville goes through her wish list as she visits with Santa Claus in Cook Park during Dickens of a Holiday Festival on Saturday in Libertyville.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Eight-year-old Carson Nemuras made a Christmas wish list with graphics to show as he and his sister, Abbie Nemuras, 7, both of Libertyville, visit with Santa Claus in Cook Park during Dickens of a Holiday Festival on Saturday in Libertyville.

       Eight-year-old Carson Nemuras made a Christmas wish list with graphics to show as he and his sister, Abbie Nemuras, 7, both of Libertyville, visit with Santa Claus in Cook Park during Dickens of a Holiday Festival on Saturday in Libertyville.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald staff report

Seasonal festival goers enjoyed the final day of the Dickens of a Holiday Festival on Saturday in Libertyville's Cook Park.

Children visited with Santa and Mrs. Claus who sat in their sleigh at this annual MainStreet Libertyville event. The Children's Holiday Shoppe was held at Petranek's Pharmacy, where Santa's elves were ready to help young visitors shop for gifts priced up to $5.

Other events included tours of the Cook Mansion, a showing of the movie "Elf" at the Liberty Theater and a Victorian Tea at the St. Lawrence Episcopal Church.

For more information on MainStreet Libertyville events, visit mainstreetlibertyville.org.

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