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      December 5, 2009

      Saturday   5:00 PM - 10:00 PM (monthly on various days until December 29, 2009)

      20800 Marine Drive
      Stanwood, Washington 98292

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      The Lights of Christmas

      With more than a million lights and a wide range of entertainment, The Lights of Christmas is the grandest holiday event in the Pacific Northwest, making it an attractive destination for groups and individuals alike. Located in Stanwood, WA at Warm Beach Camp, the annual holiday event fills the grounds with spectacular light displays stretching across approximately 15 acres, with seven uniquely themed areas. An anticipated 50,000 people will attend The Lights of Christmas this year!

      >> Brilliant light displays – 1.2 million lights and counting
      >> Stunning life-size nativity
      >> 5 performance stages featuring theatre and music
      - Dinner theatre and Dessert Theatre – “Christmas Moon” by Sarah Stillion
      - Stage Too Theater – “Miracles on Candy Cane Lane” by Corre Tocco
      - “Uff Da! It’s Christmas” by Rich and Lydia Crouch
      - Over 40 confirmed musical performers
      >> Activities for kids including pony rides, train rides, petting farm, crafts, and more
      >> Dinner and snack options
      >> Overnight Getaway packages that include holiday-themed accommodations, general admission, and breakfast
      >> Party room rental for groups up to 150 people

      NEW IN 2009!

      - The NEW holiday light scene for 2009, The Sunset, has been two years in the making! Developed and underwritten in large part by volunteers, the 1200 square foot animated light scene depicts a sunset over Camano Island.

      - The Lights of Christmas has been selected by tourism professionals as one of the American Bus Association’s Top 100 Events in North America for 2010.

      - The Lights of Christmas adds a NEW, third theater stage with an original production of “Uff Da! It’s Christmas,” a variety revue of music and comedy inspired by the Scandinavian heritage of the local area.

      Music performers include:

      Mission Mountain, Cascade Mountain Boys, Dreyer Brothers, Jangles, Horse Crazy Cowgirl Band, Swords into Plowshares, Jack Gladstone, Buck and Elizabeth, Stanwood High School Jazz Band and Choir, Cascade High School Jazz Band and Choir, Sequim High School Jazz Band and Choir, Northwest University Jazz Band and Choir, Kent Prairie Elementary School, Arlington High School Jazzmine Vocal Group, Elger Bay Elementary Choir, Voices of the Village, Reflections School of Dance, Seattle Flute Society Flute Choir, Well Known Stranger, Northern Sound Girls Choir, Highland Christian School Cum Laude Choir, David Harsh, The Voetberg Family, Star Energy Dance Troupe, Northwest Junior Pipe Band, 4 This Time Girls Choir, May Palmer, Uptown Lowdown Jazz Band, Monroe Community Band, Oran Man Car, and One Voice.

      Cost: Payment required - General Admission tickets are purchased at the front gate at Warm Beach Camp: $14 ages 13 to 59, $9 seniors and military; $8 ages 4 to 12, free ages 3 and under. Group discounts are available. Once inside The Lights of Christmas, Stage Too Theater (An Additional Feature with General Admission) tickets are just $4 per person; kids three and under are free. Tickets are purchased at the door in Cedar Lodge. Dinner Theatre tickets start at $39 per person and include a free General Admission pass to return to The Lights of Christmas on another night. Overnight guests may add Dinner Theatre for only $36 per person. Cost for Dessert Theatre starts at $24 per person and includes General Admission.

      Categories: Festivals | Holiday | Performing Arts

      This event repeats monthly on various days until December 29, 2009:

      Event details may change at any time, always check with the event organizer when planning to attend this event or purchase tickets.
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