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Only a Few Days Left to Nominate Best Winter Light Displays

Nominations are being accepted through Friday for the Burnsville Winter Lighting Contest.

The 2012 first place winner, located on the 15000 block of Stevens Avenue / Credit: Burnsville Convention & Visitors Bureau
The 2012 first place winner, located on the 15000 block of Stevens Avenue / Credit: Burnsville Convention & Visitors Bureau

Time is running out to nominate the best-decorated Burnsville homes.

Nominations for the Burnsville Winter Lighting Contest, presented by the Burnsville Convention & Visitors Bureau and Dakota Electric Association, come to a close Friday, Dec. 13. Residents can pick the homes, neighborhoods and complexes/associations that have the best light displays.

To submit a nomination, visit the city’s website or pick up a form at one of the following locations

  • Burnsville Convention & Visitors Bureau,
  • Burnsville City Hall,
  • Burnsville Library,
  • Cornerstone Copy and
  • Jo Jo’s Rise & Wine.

Nominees must be located within Burnsville city limits, be visible from the street and match criteria for the submitted category. Submissions must be accompanied by a photo.

The Burnsville Convention & Visitors Bureau Board of Directors will review the submissions. The top three entries in each category will receive the following prices:

  • First place: $100 Visa Gift Card, donated by Dakota Electric Association
  • Second place: $50 Gift Card to a Burnsville Restaurant
  • Third place: Two passes to the Minnesota Zoo

 

 



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