Holiday lights return to Lake Concons this year

2021-11-13 01:33:02 By : Ms. Ivy Ma

During the holidays, many people drove around different communities in Connecticut to check all the light displays.

This year, starting from November 26, you can use the brand new "holiday lights" to fix all your lights in one place at Lake Compounce in Bristol.

Even if you have been there before, this year's show promises to provide more holiday magic and new experiences than ever before.

According to the Lake Compounce website, this holiday light show recommended for the whole family is advertised as having five new experiences, which will include new light shows and spectacular light shows for your favorite holiday songs.

As the annual light show held at Lake Conworth was cancelled due to the pandemic last year, the organizers stated that this year's light show will be more than just an exciting light show. You also have the opportunity to decorate holiday cookies, build gingerbread houses, write letters to Santa Claus, or take the Arctic Railway and stop at the children’s playground, so that the whole family can be immersed in the Christmas atmosphere. You can see Mrs. Claus telling Christmas stories , There is also the Winter Wonderland Starlight Theater, where your children can interact with Santa Claus one-on-one and take photos with him. This is a true Arctic event.

There is a brand new stage performance at the Starlight Theater this year, called "Christmas Eve", with singing, dancing and a little Christmas magic.

Below is a summary of what you can expect in December.

December 3rd to 4th: Bring toys and donate to the Bristol Boys and Girls Club and get free parking.

December 5th: Bring your family pet to participate in what they call "Pawliday Lights" event. Pets will be able to take photos with Santa Claus, and you can also invite them to eat puppichino. If you don't have a pet, you can also check out Dog Star Rescue's adoptable dogs this weekend.

December 10-12: This is the first "holiday market" in the history of the park, where you can choose a variety of different products and holiday decorations from many local craftsmen.

December 17-19: This is a special "Gingerbread Weekend", yes, you guessed it, everything is about gingerbread-themed food and drinks, and building your own gingerbread house. This theme will only be held this weekend, so don't miss it.

December 26: If you didn't have the opportunity to bring your pet earlier this month, they will do it again. This is another "Pawliday Lights" weekend, round 2.

December 27th to January 1st: During the Christmas holidays, the park will celebrate "Mint Week", which means mint and different food and beverages. Again, this theme is limited to this weekend.

December 31: 2022 will ring with a special family "New Year's Eve celebration". At 8 o'clock in the evening, accompanied by their parents, the children will greet the old and the new through a bubble party and juice box toast.

Tickets for Lake Compounce's "Holiday Lights" are only $14.99 in advance and can be purchased on the Lake Compounce website. Admission is free for teenagers (4-10 years old), senior citizens (over 60 years old), and children 3 years old and below.