Luminaria Light Up the Night in Woodbury

WOODBURY – For the 29th year in a row, Main Street was lined with Luminaria on Christmas Eve.

The tradition was started by the Woodbury Lions Club in 1980. Dozens of volunteers from the Lions and other organizations in town begin lining the street with luminaria at 1 p.m. Christmas Eve.

More that 5,000 luminaria line the nearly 2-mile stretch of Main Streets south and north, as well as a few of the neighboring side streets. 

The following photos were taken by Olena Samodelko and Tim Parry for Just Woodbury.

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