Yearly light display returns to Lakewood

November 19, 2016 by  

The annual festival Lakewood Lights is taking place next month over two days, helping to kick off the holiday celebrations in Lakewood.

It will start off with the official tree lighting ceremony led by Mayor Adam Paul on the Friday. It will also feature entertainment from the Green Mountain High School’s Shadows of the Mountain Choir.

There will be thousands of lights decorating the Lakewood Heritage Center, no doubt some of which will be animated. There will also be plenty of family friendly activities to enjoy, including hay wagon rides, tours of the Center, and pictures with Santa Claus.

The Country School will offer holiday ornament making, there will be hot cocoa and holiday cookies available at the White Way Grill (donations will be appreciated), and the chance to start or finish holiday shopping at the 20th Century Emporium.

Organizers are still accepting applications for sponsorship and for volunteers to help the smooth running of the festival.

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Lakewood Lights will take place at the Lakewood Heritage Center from December 2 to 3 from 5:30 to 8:30 PM each night. Admission is free of charge. To find out more about this event, become a sponsor, or volunteer, call 303-987-7850.