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Enjoyable at a distance, holiday lights brighten dark times

As a community, we gather and enjoy "flipping the switch" to turn on the Christmas lights in December. It brings happiness and smiles to many of us and brings us together as a community. We are finding ourselves in difficult times. And as a community, we are working together to help each other. FPIO would like to take this opportunity to light up downtown Farmington and bring the joy of the beautiful lights to each of you. “It’s tough for everybody right now. Everyone is on edge,” he said. “We just thought it would be nice to give the folks in town something to smile about.” - FPIO President Lee Warburton. Thursday night, FPIO's Vice President, Jason Desjardin, "flipped the switch" to turn the lights back on. #lightsforlife

The below video was created by Jess Paxton Videography.

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Through the generosity of our business owners and residents  we have been able to continue the tradition of lighting the downtown during the Christmas season. And with the spent bulbs that once hung over our town, limited edition keepsake ornaments are made for residents to purchase at the Farmington Women's Club Craft Fair in November.

Through sponsorship, we have been able to brighten downtown year round with our seasonal Christmas trees

and banners.

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