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Families Flock To Christmas Display

Families flocked to the Christmas lights in Rawson Square for photo opportunities and quality time.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Families flocked to the Christmas lights in Rawson Square for photo opportunities and quality time.

It became quite the attraction, with lines of people forming nearly every night to take pictures in front of the nativity scene.

With the holiday carnival cancelled, and Junkanoo once again off the agenda, one father of 3 says he wanted to find another way to spend quality time with his children. 

The downtown scene features a beautifully decorated Christmas tree, and a garden of lights. Across the street, a nativity scene. 

Married couple, Gregory and Danya Lockhart came out in their pajamas.

And, of course, pets are part of the family, too. This brother and sister 2-year-old cane corso duo survived hurricane Dorian and are doing a lot better now. Their size and beautiful coats acting as an added attraction at the display. Their owner thinks the creators set the bar high. 

And the Uriz family, Raul, Natasha, their kids Taraj and Teja, and their grandmother Yvonne Nesbitt just enjoying some family time during the holidays. 

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