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Variable snow conditions could impact candlelight events

17 candlelight events are scheduled over the next two weekends

6:59 AM, Jan. 30, 2013
More than 1,000 people showed up for a candlelight event last month at Blue Mound State Park, where visitors also enjoyed a bonfire.
More than 1,000 people showed up for a candlelight event last month at Blue Mound State Park, where visitors also enjoyed a bonfire.
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The greatest opportunities for people to get out and ski, snowshoe or hike by candlelight will be during the next two weekends with 17 events scheduled at Wisconsin state park and forest properties around the state.

But with this winter's variable snow conditions, state park officials are encouraging people to call ahead or check the Department of Natural Resources website for updates before heading out for candlelight events.

"We surveyed properties who have events scheduled and most indicated the event would go ahead as hikes if there is not enough snow for skiing or snowshoeing," said ...

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