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Hundreds Celebrate 30th Annual Christmas Walk

People could tour each cabin and see how many lived in the Valley during the pioneer days. Volunteers had demonstrations, and lots of hot cider and Christmas music were on hand. Terre Haute South's marching band also played Christmas carols outside the cabins. Any money raised goes toward putting on other Fowler Park events.
Hundreds were in Fowler Park, capturing the holiday spirit.

It was all for the 30th annual Christmas Walk in Folwer Park.
   
People could tour each cabin and see how many lived in the Valley during the pioneer days.
   
Volunteers had demonstrations, and lots of hot cider and Christmas music were on hand.
   
Terre Haute South's marching band also played Christmas carols outside the cabins.
   
Organizers say it's a wonderful way to celebrate the holidays.

"People coming out to reconnect with our history, I think it's a great idea. I can't see any other way to spend your Christmas season," said organizer Amy Slaughterbeck. "The music that is playing, that's really nice for Christmas. It's always cozy inside all the cabins, and there is lots of things to learn out here, so it's an educational experience as well."

Organizers say that despite the snow, a few hundred people took part.
   
Any money raised goes toward putting on other Fowler Park events.
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