Lighting up Krodel with Christmas


The 14th Annual Christmas Fantasy Light Show at Krodel Park is lighting up Point Pleasant with the Christmas spirit. Around 150 pieces make up the giant display celebrating the season as well as the history, and mystery, of Point Pleasant. In fact, returning this year is Mothman, pictured here. The show, which runs through Dec. 31, brought an estimated 30,000 people to the park last year. Admission is free though donations are appreciated to keep the show going and growing.


The 14th Annual Christmas Fantasy Light Show at Krodel Park is lighting up Point Pleasant with the Christmas spirit. Around 150 pieces make up the giant display celebrating the season as well as the history, and mystery, of Point Pleasant. In fact, returning this year is Mothman, pictured here. The show, which runs through Dec. 31, brought an estimated 30,000 people to the park last year. Admission is free though donations are appreciated to keep the show going and growing.

The 14th Annual Christmas Fantasy Light Show at Krodel Park is lighting up Point Pleasant with the Christmas spirit. Around 150 pieces make up the giant display celebrating the season as well as the history, and mystery, of Point Pleasant. In fact, returning this year is Mothman, pictured here. The show, which runs through Dec. 31, brought an estimated 30,000 people to the park last year. Admission is free though donations are appreciated to keep the show going and growing.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_12.1-PPR-Krodel.jpgThe 14th Annual Christmas Fantasy Light Show at Krodel Park is lighting up Point Pleasant with the Christmas spirit. Around 150 pieces make up the giant display celebrating the season as well as the history, and mystery, of Point Pleasant. In fact, returning this year is Mothman, pictured here. The show, which runs through Dec. 31, brought an estimated 30,000 people to the park last year. Admission is free though donations are appreciated to keep the show going and growing.
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