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r SPANISH FORK – This is the 25th year for our very own Christmas light show and each year new features are added to make the Festival of Lights more spectacular than the previous year. It is also a very reasonably priced family entertainment event right here in our backyard. For most of us, touring the light show has become a yearly Christmas ritual. The Festival of Lights opens Thanksgiving night, November 23, and runs through New Year’s night January 1, 2018. The entrance opens at 6 p.m. and closes at 10 p.m. Admission is $8 per car, $22 for a large van, and $30 for a bus. Gift certificates are available at Spanish Fork City Hall and the Spanish Fork Parks & Recreation Office. The Festival of Lights is located off Highway 6 Exit 257B in Canyon View Park.

For your information, if you tour the lights before December 8, or after December 25, you can go around a second time for the fun of it. Between the 8th and the 25th there is so much traffic it slows the flow of vehicles too much to make the tight turn to do a second circuit and your cooperation is requested.

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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
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