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How long will the Christmas tree stay up in downtown Wilmington?

Si Cantwell
StarNews
The Greenfield Lake Christmas Tree, located at Rotary Park, was lit on Dec. 5 and will remain lighted until Jan. 6. StarNews file photo by Alan Cradick,

The Greenfield Lake Christmas Tree, located at Rotary Park, was lit on Dec. 5 and will remain lighted until Jan. 6. StarNews file photo by Alan Cradick,

The downtown Christmas tree will last through the 12 days of Christmas.

The Christmas tree at North Water and Princess streets is maintained by the Downtown Business Association, and the one at the Rotary Wheel in Greenfield Park is the city’s official tree, according to Dylan Lee,  the city’s GTV Manager.

Both will keep their festive lights until Jan. 6, he said.

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