Kiwanis Holiday Lights Closed Dec. 15 due to extreme weather forecast

For the first time since first opening in 2012, the Kiwanis Holiday Lights Executive Team has made the decision to close due to the extreme weather being forecasted for this evening.


“We want to make sure our volunteers stay safe as well as the visitors that come from the region to enjoy the event,” said Scott Wojcik, Kiwanis Holiday Lights President. “Our Executive Team made the decision based on the forecasted high winds and current Tornado Watch, as well as possible heavy rains and freezing conditions,” he said.


Kiwanis Holiday Lights plans to reopen tomorrow night, December 16, as usual.