Annual night festival set for Dec. 11
Lights in the Heights is the Woodland Heights' way of saying happy holidays to anyone and everyone.
It is where locals and visitors line up to view the parade and to admire our neighbor's holiday handiwork.
Lights in the Heights is in it's 24th year and is always the second Saturday in December.
This year it is 6- 10 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 11.
There will be 14 blocks of three parallel streets lit by luminaria and closed to motor vehicles. This year's route will include Bayland, Highland and Omar.
Plenty of music, entertainment and food abound. The celebration features hot beverages, live music and carriage rides, and attracts visitors from all across the city and the state.
Expect some major wattage along with some choirs, handbells, aspiring young dancers and impromptu concerts on folks' front porches.
Streets are blocked off so it's totally pedestrian friendly.
Wagons are recommended to tote the kids or a cooler full of holiday cheer.
Go to www.woodland-heights.org/lightsintheheights.htm for more information on this family friendly event.
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