2 with the festival continuing through Dec. 4. Many beautiful trees, wreaths and swags will be available for purchase, and there will be family activities – all to benefit the Village. Also: . The Mason City Schools Jazz Concert will be Nov. 28 featuring Jazz 2.0 from Iowa State University as the guest ensemble. no dataAlso performing will be the John Adams Middle School Jazz Band and the high schools Jazz II and Jazz I. Russ Kramer, director of bands at Mason City High, will be guest soloist. . The North Iowa Symphony Orchestra presents its fall concert on Nov.
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Check outsome suggestions for hanging outdoor lights from doityourself.com and The Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI). Once your lights are safely hung, don’t forget to nominate your house (or your favorite neighborhood home) for cleveland.com’s best holiday light display competition. Tips to Hang Outdoor Holiday Lights Light safety: Ensure your lights specifically note they can be used outdoors, which will likely make them waterproof or water-resistant. LED lights don’t overheat – and cost less to have on. If lights will be near gutters, make sure they’re clear of dry leaves, which can be a fire hazard. Use outdoor light clips vs. staples or safety pins. Extension cord safety: Ensure the power needs of the lights match up with the capacity of the extension cord. If extension cords are going to be out in the open near rain, protect the connection with a safety seal protector. Use UL (Underwriters Laboratories) approved extension cords specific for outdoor use. Ladder safety: Practice general ladder safety — don’t stand on the top two rungs and ensure the ladder extends three feet above the top of the roof. If possible, avoid the safety-hazard of a ladder altogether and use a decorating poll.
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