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The Riverbend Nature Center is now hosting Electricritters!

The annual lighted Christmas display will feature over 160 displays and even more lighted attractions. 
Electricritters will feature many characters such as santa and Mrs. Claus, the Butterfly Queen and even Reindeers telling stories. Visitors will also be able to make smores or drink hot cocoa or cider while walking through all of the lighted displays
Electricritters will be every Friday and Saturday at the Riverbend Nature Center until December 21st from 6:30pm to 8:30 pm. 
Admission to Electricritters is $5 per person and free for children 1 and under. 
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