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12/3/2021 | What You Need to Know This Weekend

LIBRARIES CLOSED – Both Homewood and Flossmoor public libraries are closed Friday for staff in-service sessions. They reopen Saturday with normal hours.

HOMEWOOD HOLIDAY LIGHTS – The village’s annual celebration returns with a tree lighting, live music, ballerinas, reindeer, a kiddie train, shopping, hot chocolate, mulled wine, beer and more. 5 to 9 p.m. Friday in downtown Homewood.

LIVE NATIVITY – Faith Lutheran Church in Homewood hosts a live outdoor nativity. Meet the animals, witness the Christmas story and enjoy hot cocoa. The first 45 families to attend will get a free book. 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday.

SPOT THE ODD SNOWFLAKE – The snowflake decorations are up in Homewood, and as always, Mayor Rich Hofeld invites sharp-eyed residents to find the one snowflake decoration that is different from the others. Anyone who does can stop by village hall from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays throughout December and claim a prize. The mayor has a choice of coupons from Krispy Kreme and Twisted Q to give to everyone who correctly identifies the location of the odd snowflake.

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