Sar-Ko Aglow - Old Towne Lighting Ceremony

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Sar-Ko Aglow - Old Towne Lighting Ceremony

Bundle up and enjoy a stroll through the park while taking in the spectacular lights, sipping hot cocoa and listening to carolers. Santa will also be on hand to hear children's holiday wishes.

Holiday lights will officially be switched on at 6 p.m. After that, enjoy local caroling groups from Rising Star, Holy Trinity and Cedar Ridge Christian Church around Roses Pond. Kids can visit with Santa in the Gazebo. Hot drinks will be served on the Legler Barn Museum parking lot. 6 - 7pm.

Sar-Ko Aglow - Old Towne Lighting Ceremony

Address : Sar-Ko-Par Trails Park Lenexa KS
Phone : 913-477-7100   (Always call and confirm events.)

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