Millions of Christmas lights will soon shine throughout Lancaster County.
And some shows can be seen from the bubble of your warm vehicle.
Drive-through (and park and watch) Christmas light displays aren’t new to the area but they’re even more relevant in a pandemic.
“It is the perfect social distancing event,” says Chris Miller, a technology and engineering education teacher at Conestoga Valley’s Huesken Middle School. He oversees a group of middle and high school students who managed to design, program and choreograph this year’s show while working remote.
From the safety of your car, you can drive through the woods filled with lights, through a covered bride and into a baseball stadium. One stars farm equipment. Four of these are free.
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