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The Holidays are here. Thanksgiving is just around the corner and Christmas will soon be upon us.
One of the best parts of the Holiday season is how the community comes together to light up the night, and keep the cold, dark winter from being cheerless. The Treasure Valley is home to many businesses, homeowners, and organizations that Go! the extra mile every year to do just that with their breathtaking Christmas light displays.
Here are three first-rate Christmas and Holiday Light Displays you can visit in the Treasure Valley.
The Point of Lights event is a holiday favorite for many families around the Treasure Valley. Scentsy does it right with over 740,000 individual lights spread across the entire landscape, hot chocolate and goodies, an inspiring nativity scene, carolers, and you’ll have a chance to meet Clyde the Camel. This is all going on December 9th and is FREE, so don’t miss it!
Point of Lights
Forget about driving around different neighborhoods and relying on your neighbors to dazzle you. At Winter Garden aGlow you walk through Boise’s Botanical Gardens as usual, except it is completely covered with an incredible Christmas light display. Every corner of the garden is dressed up with lights of every design and color imaginable. The Botanical Gardens in Boise bring their A-game every year with more than 400,00 lights spread over fourteen acres.
The City of Caldwell Street Department is famous for their Christmas light design along Indian Creek in downtown Caldwell. Follow the creek as you are mesmerized by dozens of elaborate, clever, and beautiful exhibits which features more than 1,000,000 lights! One of the best designs is the sea-serpent that actually breathes fire.
The famous downtown Christmas festival isn’t really a light display like the others, but it is a phenomenal event. Hosted by the St. Alphonsus Foundation, it has raised millions of dollars to benefit the community by using that money to improve medical care for Idahoans. Go! down to the Boise Centre Nov. 27th – Dec 1st to see the most fantastical winter festival in Idaho.
Saint Alphonsus Festival of Trees Public Exhibition
Go! Get in the holiday spirit at any of these spectacularly beautiful Christmas and Holiday displays.
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