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LIGHTS SEASON HERE!!!
We are excited about the season and encourage you to come and see us. If you have visited in the past, you need to come back. We have numerous displays that have been redone in LED lights. Man do they pop. We have remodeled the Santa Workshop, upgraded the stage in Jingle Bell Park, and brought back displays that were out for rework. Come out and catch the holiday spirit. See ya soon!
Nativity Named to Honor Chuck Tice
On December 31st, we lost a friend and valued member of our Lights of the Delta family, Chuck Tice. He was a long time supporter, volunteer, and board member. Those who stopped at Jingle Bell Park probably interacted with Chuck some way or another as he directed traffic and helped to keep people safe during their visit. He will truly be missed. This year the Lights Board decided that the Nativity would be named to honor Chuck.
Grillin' With Santa
This year's opening night activities included Hot dogs, Hamburgers, Carolers, and more. Santa was there welcoming everyone to the lights. We officially lite the display built by our own Charles Moody honoring the FFA.
With the remodel of Santa's Workshop, we have also upgraded our picture process. We hope that quality and speed increases with the changes to the process. Santa is excited about the changes and is checking those lists. The website for Santa photos will be the same as last year. Here is the site. bhs.ffanow.org Enjoy the photos of your visit with Santa.
Preparing for your visit: As you prepare to visit the lights check out our page that offers suggestions to make your visit more enjoyable.
Check out our presence on Facebook
We are continually trying to improve our presence with the social media and trying to convince Santa to get with the Twitter age.