For the fifth consecutive year, The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Holiday Lights in the Park will kick off the holiday season by raising money for local charities with its annual holiday lights display. In partnership with King of Kings Lutheran Church, the light show begins with a flip of the switch on Nov. 20, 2012 and runs nightly until New Year’s Day at Phalen Park in St. Paul. Visitors will experience a program of more than fifty larger-than-life holiday light sculptures and animated displays from the comfort of their vehicle as they drive through the park in the evening hours.
IBEW Holiday Lights was developed with the sole purpose of creating a fun and affordable holiday event that raises funds to help meet basic life needs for children and adults in the Twin Cities metro area. All of the net proceeds from the Holiday Lights event will be distributed to local nonprofit organizations including Second Harvest Heartland, Union Gospel Mission, Saint Paul Parks Conservancy and UnderConstruction.
The 2012 light show is bigger and better than in years’ past and is a must see Twin Cities holiday experience. Holiday Lights is a 501(c)3 charitable organization and is run by volunteers from both IBEW and King of Kings Lutheran Church of Woodbury. Admission is $8.00 per car Sunday – Thursday and $10 per car on Friday, Saturday and Holidays.
When: Nov. 20 to Jan. 1 from 5:30p.m -10p.m. nightly
Where: Phalen Park- 1615 Phalen Drive East, St. Paul, MN.
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