2020 Christmas Lights Guide
The 2020 Christmas Lights Guide is now available on 101HighlandLakes.com, including all of the details you need to enjoy Highland Lakes holiday happenings. You can also grab a print copy from the November edition of The Picayune Magazine or find it on retail countertops across the Highland Lakes. Or, flip through a digital version of the printed product at 101HighlandLakes.comcomplete with local advertisers.
Having it online puts Christmas planning in your pocket. You can access the information on mobile phones and tablets while on the road tracking the best lights displays in the region.
Most of the lights displays flip their switches shortly after Thanksgiving. In the 2020 Christmas Lights Guide, you’ll find times and locations for Marble Falls' Walkway of Lights, Burnet's Trails of Lights, Llano's Starry, Starry Nights, Granite Shoals' Christmas by the Highway, and Johnson City’s Lights Spectacular.
One of the newest attractions is the Marble Falls holiday ice rink. Now with actual ice, the rink will be up for six weeks, rather than the three days a plastic rink was open last year. Also, this year, the temporary rink will be installed next to Walkway of Lights for a Christmas Village feel.
While Burnet’s First Baptist Church canceled its Main Street Bethlehem this year, the city will hold an annual parade and snow day. Christmas on the Square is set for Saturday, Dec. 12, with two different snow areas, one for playing and one for sledding.
Marble Falls' annual Christmas Light-Up Parade opens Walkway of Lights on Nov. 20.
Llano gets into the spirit with a parade on Dec. 5 and its annual Snow Day on Dec. 12. The parade begins downtown and ends at Badu Park, where the reflections from the Starry, Starry Nights sparkle off of the Llano River.
Many of the area’s musical and other holiday events are scheduled, and you’ll find the list in the 2020 Christmas Lights Guide online.
All that and more in the 2020 Christmas Lights Guide online!
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