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Three elves – (left to right) Danette Nelson, Key West; Daisy Nelson, Minnesota; and Diana Myllykangas, Key West; stroll through the magical beauty of the Key West Harbor Walk of Lights at the Historic Seaport, with its towering light-bedecked palm trees and array of ships, shops, restaurants and watering holes. The Walk of Lights, dazzlingly decorated from Lazy Way Lane at the Green Street Plaza to the Ferry Terminal at Grinnell Street, is just one of many festive attractions and events that occur during the tropical island’s Key West Holiday Fest, which runs through December 31 and is presented in part by the Lodging Association of the Florida Keys and the Monroe Country Tourist Development Council. Photo Carol Tedesco/keywestholidayfest.com
Three elves – (left to right) Danette Nelson, Key West; Daisy Nelson, Minnesota; and Diana Myllykangas, Key West; stroll through the magical beauty of the Key West Harbor Walk of Lights at the Historic Seaport, with its towering light-bedecked palm trees and array of ships, shops, restaurants and watering holes. The Walk of Lights, dazzlingly decorated from Lazy Way Lane at the Green Street Plaza to the Ferry Terminal at Grinnell Street, is just one of many festive attractions and events that occur during the tropical island’s Key West Holiday Fest, which runs through December 31 and is presented in part by the Lodging Association of the Florida Keys and the Monroe Country Tourist Development Council. 

Photos by Carol Tedesco/keywestholidayfest.com

Key West Holiday Fest events and celebrations continued throughout the weekend at the Key West Historic Seaport and at historic inns and guesthouses around town. Presented in part by the Lodging Association of the Florida Keys and the Monroe Country Tourist Development Council, the island-wide celebration of the season continues through December 31. For a complete list of holiday happenings, visit keywestholidayfest.com.

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