Festival of Lights opens Nov. 24
Spanish Fork City invites all to attend its 24th annual Festival of Lights. This event features an impressive collection of large lighting displays, some with moving parts, set up in Canyon View Park. Those attending can drive through and admire the thousands of lights.
This year’s Festival of Lights will begin on Nov. 24 and continue through Jan. 1, 2017. The attraction will be open nightly from 6 to 10 p.m. at Canyon View Park, located at 3300 E. Powerhouse Road in Spanish Fork (next to the Spanish Oaks Golf Course). Cost is $7 per car or $20 per large passenger van or any vehicle towing a trailer ($20 per trailer). A bus is $30. Payment is accepted with cash or check (no credit cards).
Gift certificates are available at the Spanish Fork City Offices, 40 S. Main, or at the Parks and Recreation Office, 775 N. Main, for $7. Those attending can listen to holiday music on 99.9 FM while they drive through the displays.
The displays at the festival include the Candy Cane Factory (35 feet long by 12 feet tall), the Figure Skaters (33 feet long by 9 feet tall), the Sea Serpent (perched on the lake and measuring 48 feet wide by 12 feet high), a collection of dinosaurs including a T-Rex and Brontosaurus, the Horse-Drawn Sleigh (34 feet long by 15 feet high) and the Toyland Castle (33 feet wide by 30 feet high).
For more information, visit www.spanishfork.org.