Winter Night Lights Drive 2020
‘Tis The Season of Lights
I’ve seen a few houses in the neighborhood that have a jump on their holiday light displays, which means it’s the season of lights and The Meadows residents never let us down. I know, it’s still a week before Thanksgiving, but, it’s 2020, why not bring in the extra holiday cheer this year. One of the great events that we’re able to safely continue is the annual Winter Night Lights Drive in The Meadows.
My family has made the Winter Night Lights Drive a tradition. We love to load up the car with some hot chocolate and holiday music and drive around the neighborhood to gawk at the beautiful Christmas light displays. Let me tell you, The Meadows residents never disappoint — we definitely have our share of Clark Griswold’s. In fact, each year, at least one of my boys asks, “Can we do that next year to our house?”
How to Experience The Neighborhood Lights
If you’re new to The Meadows, here’s the low down on this wonderful tradition. The holidays are a fantastic time in The Meadows and Castle Rock, and each year you can join the celebration throughout the neighborhood.
This year, The Winter Night Lights Drive will be on Thursday, December 17.
Do You Think You Have The Best Display at Winter Nights Lights Drive
Of course, when it comes to holiday light displays there’s a little competitive spirit inside all of us. If you think your home has the best display and you want to ensure the neighborhood knows where to find it, get your home featured on the Meadows map. Register your home here by December 14th to have a picture included. All homes must have their lighting display completed and turned on during the evenings of Dec. 14-16.
The map will be published to the community on December 17.
Don’t miss this wonderful, safe Meadows tradition. Load up the car and take in the lights! You can learn more about the Meadows Winter Night Lights Drive here.
Don’t miss out on one of the most festive nights of the season in The Meadows. Check out the Meadows Winter Night Lights Drive, Thursday, December 17.
Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 and the state and county guidelines, the annual celebration at The Grange has been canceled. However, light up the neighborhood and show off your lights! It will bring much-needed joy this year.