Santa drives Christmas tree to downtown Louisville – WLKY Louisville

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It’s time to “spruce” up downtown Louisville!
The Metro’s Christmas tree was chopped down and taken to Jefferson Square Park on Wednesday.
The tree is a 35-foot Norway spruce, donated by the Kaelin family of Audubon Park.
The Kaelin family say it’ll be a bit bittersweet not having the tree in their yard anymore, but they’re happy to contribute to the city.
After it was taken down, it was driven downtown and it will be decorated ahead of Light Up Louisville, which is the Friday after Thanksgiving.
As usual, the tree was delivered to it place of honor by Santa himself.
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