Lighting up the town for Christmas
Santa’s helpers hung lights throughout the Christmas Village
NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (KNOP) - Friday night marked the first night of The Lincoln County Historical Museum’s drive-through Christmas Village. A tradition that has gone on for about five years brings Christmas joy again this year. About 45 businesses from around town acted as Santa’s helpers by stringing Christmas lights around the village. All you need is a car and this activity is COVID-19 safe. The museum has its own radio station playing Christmas songs to help get you into the holiday spirit
Director of the museum, Jim Griffin shares why he loves this even so much.
Participants also receive complimentary popcorn as they drive through the lights. Christmas Village is happening every single weekend of December from 6 p.m until 9:30 p.m. This event is a great way to make life long memories with your loved ones while also getting into the holiday spirit.
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