100% of all donations go to charity of choice for that year. This donation is given in honor of Colbie A. Daywalt. A tradition that has been done since the creation of the light show. Colbie was a family member of the creators and lost his battle with cancer at the age of seven.
All shows and/or events are FREE for all to enjoy! We do appreciate donations for our charity of choice that year.
By donating unwanted Christmas lights and decor. We are currently accepting Christmas lights and decor to use in shows for as long as we can keep them working.
Lights and decor can be dropped off at any time. We ask that you place the items beside the soap shack so that we may collect them later.
Donate gift cards for grocery stores, donate candy canes, cookies, Smores, or any other tasty treats. (All food donations must be fully sealed and in original packaging.)
Volunteer time. We will need people to help us decorate, meet, greet, & help visitors, manage traffic, guide guests, help with distributing hot chocolate and snacks, or other event-related tasks.
Donate. 100% of all donations go directly to the charity of choice. There are several donation boxes located on the property. Cash may be dropped into those at any time. We also have provided methods to donate via Paypal, Venmo, Apple Pay, and/or credit/debit cards. You may also choose to make a donation in the shop itself. Simply ask a shop associate for help.
Cash, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express, Paypal, Venmo, & Apple Pay.
Historically, our busiest nights are on the weekends. Please be prepared for lines on these nights, use the restroom before arriving & have plenty of gas in your car.
Everyone travels through the light displays at a different pace due to traffic and weather, however, typically, ½ an hour (30 minutes) is a good amount of time to set aside. A full show (you’ve watched/listened to all the songs) is about 30 minutes. We encourage you to watch the show several times or come back often and choose a different spot. You always see something you missed before!
Yes! As long as there is parking in the shop parking lot available or the parking area across from our house.
When you are at the show, we strongly recommend that you dim or turn off your headlights (if possible). This helps you and the cars in front of you! Please also maintain a safe distance between you and the vehicle in front of you. If you are feeling rushed, you may move to the right of the path if space allows and/or park in our shop parking lot.