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Southern Oregon Starts Christmas

MEDFORD, Ore. — With Thanksgiving over, Christmas is ready to kick into full gear and there will be plenty of festivities to attend.

The 20th Annual Ashland Festival Of Lights is Friday night with the Grand Illumination at 5:45 p.m. following the parade. Then on Saturday, Phoenix will have it’s annual community Christmas tree lighting at 6 p.m. at the triangle lot.

Jacksonville’s Victorian Christmas will kick off with a parade and tree lighting at next Friday, November 30 at 6 p.m. The Grants Pass Christmas Tree Lighting is also November 30. November 30 is also the day the Providence Festival of Trees is open to the public you can stop by Friday the 30th, Saturday the 1st, or Sunday the 2nd to see all the trees which benefit a good cause.

The Medford Winter Light Festival is set for Saturday, December 1 in Vogel Plaza at 6:30. On December 6th, the annual snowflake parade will make it’s way through downtown Klamath Falls.

Eagle Point will have it’s Christmas tree lighting and festivities on Friday, December 7 and Central Point will have a lights parade on Saturday, December 8 on Pine Street. The final tree lighting ceremony will be in Talent at 6 p.m. Tuesday December 11.

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  1. Tanya says:

    I am not sure why Grants Pass is not considered Southern Oregon. We wonderful things happening here this weekend. Many people call us the unloved stepchild in Medford with the TV channels.

    1. Newswatch 12 Staff says:

      We’re not sure what you mean, since we mention Grants Pass in this article.

      “The Grants Pass Christmas Parade and tree lighting is also November 30.”

      1. Lori says:

        It is mentioned in the article.. but more as an afterthought.. kind of like.. Oh yeah and they have something happening too.

        I live in Central Point not Grants Pass, but I see exactly what Tanya is talking about. I’m not sure that it’s all intentional. but it happens none the less.

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