Bridge-lighting ushers in the holidays

A crowd enjoys some festive cheer, refreshments, music and the first lighting of the Dungeness River Bridge at Railroad Bridge Park in Sequim on Nov. 17, marking the coming of the holidays. Gretha Davis, a Dungeness River Audubon Center volunteer, said this year’s Dine on the Dungeness set string lights atop the bridge at dusk. “We thought it was such a spectacular experience, so we wanted to bring it back,” she said. Volunteers greeted the crowd and handed out hot chocolate and homemade cookies as Christmas songs played. Learn more about Railroad Bridge Park at www.DungenessRiverCenter.org or by calling 360-681-4076.

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