Rotary Lights 2019 (Celebrating 25 Years!)

Do you know when it’s the best time to peruse the Rotary Lights Display at Riverside Park? Approximately 9:05 p.m. on a seasonably mild Saturday night when the crowds have gone to bed.

Do you know when Santa goes to bed? Yeah, neither did we, but apparently, he hits the sack at 9:00 p.m. because he can’t hang with us night owls.

Still, there’s something magical about this family tradition, so after recovering from the initial disappointment of missing Santa, I decided to enjoy all 3 million lights the only way I know how: by skipping, singing, running, dancing, jumping, and repeating. That is, after all, the proper protocol if you want to feel the magic.

2 thoughts on “Rotary Lights 2019 (Celebrating 25 Years!)

  1. Looks like everyone had a great time! I’d like to take Carter to see the lights soon. Jaeger, is there a light display that we HAVE to see? Merry Christmas Goodenough family!

    • Hi, Mrs. Kurschner! Thanks for reading my blog!! You should definitely take Carter to the lights! They were all pretty fun, but be sure to check out the LED tree and the fire-blowing dragon. (It’s real fire and Carter will like that!)

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