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Third Street South Festival of Lights 2007

See larger Nine-year-old Victoria Huroto,, left, and Mara Coolidge, 10, warm up with 'Feliz Navidad' as the prepare for their performance with other Pelican Marsh Elementary harpists and harpists with teacher Laura Lou Roth's on Third Street South on Monday night at the 31st annual Festival of Lights.

Photo by DAVID ALBERS, Daily News

Nine-year-old Victoria Huroto,, left, and Mara Coolidge, 10, warm up with "Feliz Navidad" as the prepare for their performance with other Pelican Marsh Elementary harpists and harpists with teacher Laura Lou Roth's on Third Street South on Monday night at the 31st annual Festival of Lights.

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  • Ten-year-old Kendra Shena, of Naples, lights up she watches the lighting ceremony of the Christmas tree on Third Street South on Monday night at the 31st annual Festival of Lights.
  • Four-year-old Avery Brown musters up the courage to ask Santa Claus if he has been good after the lighting of the Christmas tree on Third Street South on Monday night at the 31st annual Festival of Lights.
  • Nine-year-old Victoria Huroto,, left, and Mara Coolidge, 10, warm up with 'Feliz Navidad' as the prepare for their performance with other Pelican Marsh Elementary harpists and harpists with teacher Laura Lou Roth's on Third Street South on Monday night at the 31st annual Festival of Lights.
  • Miles McMullen, 11, warms up on his clarinet with the Village School Advance Band on Third Street South on Monday night at the 31st annual Festival of Lights.
  • Santa Claus makes his entrance into the crowd before the tree lighting ceremony on Third Street South on Monday night at the 31st annual Festival of Lights.
  • Phoebe, Cape Coral resident Jack Yochem's poodle, shows her holiday spirit before the lighting of the Christmas tree on Third Street South on Monday night at the 31st annual Festival of Lights.
  • Naples resident Karen Mitchell and her 3-year-old son Sky Mitchell, reach for artificial snowflakes after the lighting of the Christmas tree on Third Street South on Monday night at the 31st annual Festival of Lights.
  • Naples residents Nicole Cavaseno, 10, and Laren Connors, 11, reach for artificial snowflakes after the lighting of the Christmas tree on Third Street South on Monday night at the 31st annual Festival of Lights.
  • Five-year-old Julia Labs enjoys a little artificial snow after the lighting of the Christmas tree on Third Street South on Monday night at the 31st annual Festival of Lights.
  • Naples residents Shannon Rieger, 10, Jennifer Labs, 7, Caroline Baldwin, 10, Quinn Rieger, 5, (left to right) enjoy a little artificial snow after the lighting of the Christmas tree on Third Street South on Monday night at the 31st annual Festival of Lights.
  • Palmetto Ridge High School Varsity Jazz Ensemble saxiphonist Doug Cuveron solos during the band's performance after the lighting of the Christmas tree on Third Street South on Monday night at the 31st annual Festival of Lights.
  • Eight-month-old Rayna Flaherty cuddles up with Santa Claus after the lighting of the Christmas tree on Third Street South on Monday night at the 31st annual Festival of Lights.
  • WINK-TV anchor Lois Thome (left) poses for a photo with Snow Queen Analia Rodriguez (center) and Mallory Murphy (right) during Monday night's 31st annual Third Street South tree-lighting ceremony that kicked off the Festival of Lights.
  • Willow and Elizabeth Nash enjoy the 'snowfall' in downtown Naples. They once lived in Michigan where the snowfall was always eminent, but now they prefer snowfall in 80-degree weather!

Snow, bands, Santa Claus and a Christmas trees marked the 31st Annual Festival of Lights on Third Street South on Monday in Naples.

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