Richmond Times-Dispatch

OurTop Five roundup of weekend events is making a comeback for the holidays! Did you miss us? We missed you! DOMINIONEN­ERGY GARDENFEST­OFLIGHTS

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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.

 ?? ALEXA WELCH EDLUND/ TIMES-DISPATCH ?? Lewis Ginter’s conservato­ry and gardens are lit up for the Dominion Energy GardenFest of Lights.
ALEXA WELCH EDLUND/ TIMES-DISPATCH Lewis Ginter’s conservato­ry and gardens are lit up for the Dominion Energy GardenFest of Lights.

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