This year’s Westfield in Lights celebration will be held December 3rd from 3 – 7 p.m. in downtown Westfield. In addition to the tree lighting ceremony, the event will feature carriage and wagon rides, train rides, a gingerbread house display and free pictures with Santa and Frosty the Snowman.
“This is a such an exciting holiday tradition that is fun for the whole family,” said Westfield Parks and Recreation Director Melody Jones. “With so much going on, there’s something for kids of all ages to enjoy.”
The lawn and parking lots of city hall will feature live reindeer as well as a Merry Marketplace where attendees can stop and grab a snack or beverage to stay warm.
Two new features have been added to this year’s event. City Hall’s north parking lot will be a dedicated retail area called Sugarplum Shoppes, where attendees can put a dent in their holiday shopping. Also, The Union will be transformed into a Princess Palace, where kids can meet the Snow Sisters.
The tree lighting will take place promptly at 7p.m., with torchbearers from this year’s Indiana Bicentennial assisting Mayor Andy Cook light the tree.
For maps, parking and a more complete schedule of events, visit www.enjoywestfieldevents.com/lights