By: Amberly Asay
Festival of Lights
At Christmas time it feels like the whole
world lights up. The fun fact is that it does light up! The greatest
collection of lights in Utah County is at the Festival of Lights in
Spanish Fork. From November 22 to January 1 step into a light filled
wonderland. Located at Canyon View Park every night from 6:00 pm -10:00
pm, the event is $5 per car or $15 per van. Drive through the animated
Festival of Light’s displays. You will see Santa’s workshop, reindeer, a
sea serpent, geese, Jack Frost, polar bears, skiers and much more!
Every year a new light display is added; see what is new this year.
Listen to holiday music broadcast on 99.9 FM as you take in the
colorful, glowing holiday lights and displays.
From November 23-December 29, be sure
to stop by Thanksgiving Point's Electric Park. Every night from 6-10
pm, the park comes alive with sparkling lights. Admission is $8 a car,
$4 for Thanksgiving Point members, and $25 per bus.
Every Christmas, Temple Square becomes the
center for lights and nativities. Visitors can stroll around and
appreciate the lights, listen to musical performers in the tabernacle,
or watch a Christmas story re-enactment. The lights shine from November
26 to December 31.