Live nativity brings Christmas spirit, helps refugees

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Experiencing a live nativity is a Christmas tradition for many.

This year, that tradition can be experienced and others can be helped at the same time because of a new live nativity in Lehi. A Babe is Born Live Nativity is being held at the Lehi rodeo grounds, 200 N. 500 West. The event began on Dec. 2 and ends with perfomances on Friday and Saturday, beginning at 6 p.m.

Several hundred people attended the first couple of nights, walking through “Bethlehem,” complete with live goats, sheep, donkeys and interactive activities for children. As visitors continue to walk, they turn a corner and see the baby Jesus. “There’s a certain magic that’s there,” said organizer Joe Coccimiglio.

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