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Hundreds attend downtown candle walk

WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) -

Downtown Wichita Falls was filled with luminaries, activities and even Christmas carolers Thursday night.

An event Odd Duck Coffee House along with Downtown Wichita Falls Development hosted for the first time. 

The event started at 5 p.m. and more than 50 businesses, churches, and non-profits took part.

For example,  9th Street Studios, 8th St. Coffee House, and The Wichita Theatre.

"We just always look for activities to get out and do something a little different especially exploring in the downtown area where there are all these little shops," Andrea Watson,  an attendee said. 

There were also other fun activities like a scavenger hunt that gave people a chance to win a cash prize. 

The kiddos even got a chance to take pictures with Mr. and Mrs. Claus at the Birth and Wellness Center on Barnett St.

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