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Save the dates for Merry Main Street in downtown Mesa

Posted 11/13/20

For the sixth consecutive year, Merry Main Street will bring holiday revelry to downtown Mesa. The celebration of the season will be held Nov. 27-Jan. 2.

Mesa’s Christmas Tree will be …

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Save the dates for Merry Main Street in downtown Mesa

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For the sixth consecutive year, Merry Main Street will bring holiday revelry to downtown Mesa. The celebration of the season will be held Nov. 27-Jan. 2.

Mesa’s Christmas tree will be glowing each night of Merry Main Street. The nearly four-story tall tree will once again be on Macdonald at Main Street, according to a release.

Merry Main Street will again feature the Winter Wonderland Ice Rink with more than 5,000 square feet that will attract skaters taking to the ice under the stars. This year, to provide a safe and healthy environment for all patrons, tickets must be pre-purchased for a specific day and time. There will be a maximum of 50 skaters at one time. The area around the ice rink will be adorned with vintage holiday decorations not used in downtown Mesa since 1967.

Santa’s sELFie Village returns along with free visits from Santa himself. Updates about Merry Main Street will be available at merrymainst.com.

Merry Main Street is sponsored by the city of Mesa, Visit Mesa, Mesa Parks and Recreation, Downtown Mesa Association, Mesa Chamber of Commerce, Titan Solar Power, Mayor John Giles, Vice Mayor Mark Freeman, Councilmember Francisco Heredia, Councilmember David Luna, Councilmember Kevin Thompson, HomeServe, McCarthy, Blount Contracting and DPR Construction.

Mesa’s Christmas Tree is sponsored by Farnsworth’s Sunland Springs Village, Mesa Recycles, Hacienda Health Care, MD Helicopters, Crescent Crown Distributing, CenturyLink, Lohman Company, Special Devices Inc., Mountain Vista Medical Center, Fellowship Square, Benedictine University, CAE Oxford Aviation Academy, Desert Wind Harley Davidson, Jackson White, Longbow Business Park and Golf Club, Passey Bond, Perkinson Properties Rowley Chapman & Barney and TruWest Credit Union.

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