Four stages will be constructed to provide live holiday performances from the likes of the Acadiana Symphony Orchestra and its students, Katherine Kirkpatrick, T’Monde, the GTO Band, and many more.
There will also be several family-friendly holiday events like a Gingerbread Wonderland courtesy of Twins Burgers & Sweets, a Sneaux Hill and a children’s train ride and children’s court with fun jumps, games, a rock wall and more.
Santa Claus will also be on hand for photographs and to receive letters from eager boys and girls. He’ll also have his workshop on site where children can work alongside his elves to create their very own gift. Children can also visit his stable at Comet’s Corner where they can see live reindeer.
Other events include a live Nativity performance by volunteers from several area churches including
The Festival of Light begins on Friday, Dec. 7, from 5-10 p.m. at the
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