Evansville's Christmas Tree Illuminated
Mayor flipped the switch
It’s beginning to look – and sound -- a lot like Christmas in Downtown Evansville. WNIN’s John Gibson reports:
The Central High School Varsity Choir performed in front of the Civic Center Thursday evening, before Mayor Lloyd Winnecke flipped the switch, lighting the city’s Christmas Tree.
The tall spruce arrived two weeks ago and is decorated with about 25,000 lights.
It’s topped with a lighted “e.”
The city’s tree will remain on display outside the Civic Center through the holiday season and will be removed sometime after January 1st.