MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Here’s a look at what’s going on in Minnesota on Saturday, Nov. 26.

Number One: The Holidazzle

Loring Park has been transformed again this year for Holidazzle.

Enjoy family friendly programming, tasty treats, music, entertainment and much more.

Santa will also be there, ready to take Christmas wish lists from the kids.

You can also skate for free on an outdoor rink.

The Holidazzle goes through Dec. 23.

Number Two: Holiday Lights

It’s a colorful time of year.

Holiday Lights features more than 60 holiday themed displays you can see from the comfort of your car.

The event raises funds that are distributed through the St. Paul police foundation and police department.

The display goes from now through Jan. 1 in Phalen Park.

You can buy a vehicle ticket online for $8.

Number Three: Christkindlsmarkt

The Christkindlsmarkt Festival is back.

The festival started more than 400 years ago in Germany to celebrate the coming of Christ, and now the Excelsior Christmas group has been celebrating in Minnesota for the past 11 years.

The west metro celebration features a parade, open air market, and German food and drinks.

There’s also activities for kids.

The event goes from 10 a.m to 4 p.m.

Number Four: MOA Winter Wonderland

FlyOver America at MOA has transformed into a magical winter wonderland for the holiday season.

Guests will sit in a suspended chair, feet dangling while they help Santa search for his missing elves during a flight across America and onto the North Pole.

It goes now through Jan. 2.

Tickets are $16.95 at the door. Kids tickets are $12.95.

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