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  • Chinese Lantern Festival is 'wild' near Lake Wylie

    The Chinese Lantern Festival "The Wild" at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden in Belmont, N.C., near Lake Wylie, showcases life-size, and larger than life, illuminated animals and more from around the world. More than 800 handmade lanterns fill more than 12 acres. Each lantern is made by masters of the craft Zigong. The exhibit runs Wednesday-Sunday through Oct. 29.

The Chinese Lantern Festival "The Wild" at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden in Belmont, N.C., near Lake Wylie, showcases life-size, and larger than life, illuminated animals and more from around the world. More than 800 handmade lanterns fill more than 12 acres. Each lantern is made by masters of the craft Zigong. The exhibit runs Wednesday-Sunday through Oct. 29. Catherine Muccigrosso cmuccigrosso@heraldonline.com
The Chinese Lantern Festival "The Wild" at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden in Belmont, N.C., near Lake Wylie, showcases life-size, and larger than life, illuminated animals and more from around the world. More than 800 handmade lanterns fill more than 12 acres. Each lantern is made by masters of the craft Zigong. The exhibit runs Wednesday-Sunday through Oct. 29. Catherine Muccigrosso cmuccigrosso@heraldonline.com

Chinese Lantern Festival lights up ‘The Wild’ side of garden

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