Hobgood Park is aglow once again for the Holiday Lights of Hope! This is the third annual event that raises money for the Anna Crawford Children’s Center. The center, based in Canton, provides support to prevent child abuse and neglect.
Entry into this, “Hometown Christmas Tradition,” for those 15 years and older is $10 per person. Admission is free for those 14 and under. There are numerous sights to see and things to do while visiting the Holiday Lights of Hope including a vendor village, children’s area, concessions area, Christmas maze, live music and Santa village with the big guy himself. There are more than 1,000,000 LED lights that will be displayed throughout as well as a 30-foot tall Christmas Light tree, 17 foot tall reindeer, and 15 foot tall snowman family.
The Holiday Lights of Hope website boasts that in 2013 there were 12,000 attendees. These attendees helped the Anna Crawford Children’s Center to assist over 500 families throughout the year.
The Holiday Lights of Hope will be going on December 11-21 nightly beginning at 6pm. Visit the Holiday Lights of Hope Facebook page and website for more details regarding this year’s event which is sure to be bigger and better!
Image via Holiday Lights of Hope