Now that everyone has had their fill of turkey and cranberry sauce, we can now start our Christmas preparations. Being that December 1st is when most start decorating, take a quick break this year and take the kids to do something full of holiday cheer and give back to the community!
As always, The Anderson Lights of Hope at Darwin Wright Park is now open through Christmas with full array of beautiful, sparkly Dancing Ballerina display, and this year a larger Santa’s Village. Overlooking the Hartwell Lake, the Lights of Hope is always gorgeous year after year.
With so much love put into every single display, you cannot help but wonder who is behind the gorgeous work. Volunteers give their time graciously to help the Lights of Hope be made possible year after year. The dedication of our locals keeps this Holiday Festivity going each year and without question, is surely appreciated by the people of Anderson and even all surrounding areas.
The 2014 proceeds will be donated to local charities, including additional donations of toys that will help make it possible for hundreds of children and adults in the Anderson community to receive life-changing services.
Lights of Hope is open from Thanksgiving Day and closes the day after Christmas.
The park opens at 5:30pm and closes around 11 pm that night.
Admission is $8 per vehicle for as much time as you would like in the park, until you leave.
Visit their website for more history, information, and photos! http://www.andersonlightsofhope.org/Anderson_Lights_of_Hope/Christmas_Lights.html