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Moonlight Madness Brings Holiday Cheer through Midnight

This Clay County event featured dozens of stores open all day and to the wee hours, some even til midnight. But it wasn't just about the shopping... Free horse and carriage rides were there for those who donated to Toys for Tots - and Santa was even on hand.
A little Moonlight Madness made its way to the Wabash Valley on Saturday night.

This Clay County event featured dozens of stores open all day and to the wee hours, some even til midnight.    

But it wasn't just about the shopping...

Free horse and carriage rides were there for those who donated to Toys for Tots - and Santa was even on hand.

Organizers say it's great for business and the community.

"It's a great oppurtunity for our community to come together and also it is the Christmas season and many kids in our area that won't be able to have a lot so we want to offer them as much as we can," said Tracy Chiles and Lori Brown, owners of the Seasoned Wick in Brazil. 

The Seasoned Wick also hosts moonlight madness events in the the summer.

Organizers tell us this year's event was crowded all day long.
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