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Warm Beach Camp presents The Lights of Christmas.

With one million lights and a vast assortment of family-oriented entertainment, The Lights of Christmas is the grandest holiday event in the Northwest – now celebrating its thirteenth year.

Warm Beach Christian Camps and Conference Center
20800 Marine Drive, Stanwood, WA 98292, 360-652-7575 / 800-228-6724

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The perfect holiday outing for your family, your friends, and your group! Stroll the grounds for the evening and take in dazzling light displays, music, theater, and activities for everyone.

Event dates are Dec. 3-6, 9-13, 16-23, 26-29, 2009
Gates open at 5pm. Event closes at 10pm.

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. An anticipated 50,000 people will attend The Lights of Christmas this year!

Dazzling light displays, the smell of fresh, hot donuts, the holiday sounds of Victorian Carolers, and so much more makes The Lights of Christmas the perfect holiday idea for your family, your friends, and your group. Stroll the grounds for the evening and take in music, drama, and activities for everyone. (No pets allowed.)

Featuring

  • Stunning Nativity
  • Bruce the Talking Spruce
  • Petting Farm
  • Gifts & Crafts
  • Interpreters for the hearing impaired are available at General Admission on Sunday, December 27, 2009

New in 2009!

  • 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 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 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 Stanwood/Camano Island area.

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