OurTop Five roundup of weekend events is making a comeback for the holidays! Did you miss us? We missed you! DOMINIONENERGY GARDENFESTOFLIGHTS
Holiday eventsmay look a little different this year, with advance tickets required, requisite masks and limited attendance, but there are still plenty of ways to celebrate around here. Let’s get to it, and ho-ho-ho!
Dominion Energy GardenFest of Lights is bringing the magicback this holiday season. Stroll through thousands ofoutdoorholiday lights, and search foryour favorite forms, such as the giant peacock, unicorn and dragon. All attractions havemoved outdoors, including the model trains. Newthis year, tickets can onlybe purchased online and in advance in order to control crowds. Underthe newcoronavirus guidelines, the garden is limited to250visitors andvisits will last nomore than one hour. Masks are required inside and outside. 4-10p.m. at Lewis GinterBotanical Garden, 1800 LakesideAve. Tickets: $14 adults and$8ages 3-12; members$7 adults and $5 ages 3-17. www.lewisginter.org or(804) 262-9887.