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(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) For the second year, Macy’s gets ready to unveil the holiday candy windows at Macy’s City Creek on Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013, with the help of Buddy the "Elf," from Pioneer Theatre's latest production. The windows which kick off the holiday season, are made entirely out of candy and reflect Salt Lake City and the luster of the holiday season. Six local artists were chosen to design the windows.
Photo gallery: Holiday candy windows at Macy's City Creek
First Published Nov 21 2013 09:34 pm • Last Updated Nov 22 2013 03:56 pm

For the second year, the holiday candy window tradition continues at Macy’s City Creek in downtown Salt Lake City. The windows were unveiled on Thursday, Nov. 21 to kick off the holiday season. The creations are made entirely out of candy. Six local artists were chosen to design the windows.

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