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A multicultural revel %u2013 topped by a dollop of goodwill and cheer %u2013 greeted seasonal frolickers as the holidays got underway in Flatbush.

The revel began at Public School 198, 4105 Farragut Road, and continued at nearby Paerdegat Park, where mom, dad and the kids joined their neighbors and community leaders for a program of celebration, hosted by Community Board 17, featuring the illumination of a Yuletide pine, an electric menorah and a Kwanzaa candelabra.

The park is located along Albany Avenue, between Farragut Road and Foster Avenue.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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