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NOVEMBER 22, 2014 - JANUARY 1, 2015

Midtown Crossing presents Miracle on Farnam, a season-long celebration of creativity, good cheer and authentic holiday pleasures.  Stroll in the glow of sparkling lights, sip hot chocolate, and enjoy Midtown Crossing’s newest holiday tradition – a parade of dazzling window displays.

All along Farnam Street, Omaha’s creative non-profits will showcase their artistry and imagination by transforming ordinary window space into holiday miracles. The most miraculous display, determined by a public vote, will earn a $3000 donation courtesy of the Baer Foundation, a philanthropic endeavor that generously supports various charities, including Nebraska arts and educational agencies.

The perennial debut of Midtown Crossing’s holiday lights will begin at dusk. It’s all free to the public, three hours of garage parking included. The displays will then be available for viewing every day from 8 a.m. to 1 a.m. through New Year’s Day.

Sponsored by The Baer Foundation and KETV

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