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Culture Gaylord Texan's Lone Star Christmas Event is a Charlie Brown affair

Gaylord Texan’s Lone Star Christmas Event is a Charlie Brown affair

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Gaylord Texan’s famed Annual Lone Star Christmas Event kicks off its 16th straight year on November 15, 2019 and will run through January 5, 2020. Kept at a wintery nine degrees, the acclaimed ICE! exhibit will feature, A Charlie Brown Christmas and is the only theme to ever be repeated due to popular demand. Be amazed by larger-than-life ice sculptures of Charlie Brown and Friends in this walk-through winter wonderland carved from more than two million pounds of ice! Each were hand-sculpted by visiting artisans who traveled across the globe from Harbin, China, to Grapevine, to spend 30 days carving the wintry masterpiece.

Family-friendly events and activities include: a Breakfast with Charlie Brown & Friends and Merry Snoopy Christmas Scavenger Hunt, snow tubing, decorating gingerbread cookies or houses and listening to Mrs. Claus as she reads a classic Christmas story while enjoying milk and cookies.


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