‘Lights of Hope’ Will Illuminate Sand Point Park In Titusville Dec. 8 to 24 to Brighten Holidays
By Space Coast Daily // November 29, 2017
SNOW DAYS: will feature 20 tons of real snow
BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Hope for North Brevard, a local nonprofit, is excited to bring back North Brevard’s biggest and brightest holiday attraction, “LIGHTS OF HOPE, A Festival of Holiday Lights,” on select dates from Dec. 8 through Dec. 24.
General Admission tickets are $6 per person and children under 3 are free.
One hundred percent of Lights of Hope proceeds support Hope for North Brevard, a 501c3 whose mission is to be a catalyst for restoring hope to youth and families in our community. Hope for North Brevard provides three broad areas of service: youth services, counseling services, and community development initiatives.
Stroll through 45,000 square feet of professional light displays, a holiday village of food and crafts, and a massive maze comprised of roughly more than 300 wooden pallets. It is an event for the whole family with nightly entertainment, pictures with Santa, hayrides, kids’ craft station, elf scavenger hunt and much more.
In addition to more light displays, 2018 Lights of hope will bring new activities for families and friends.
Guests will enjoy getting into a Zorb ball to knock down 6-foot bowling pins in the Human Bowling station, then step up to a gigantic 20-foot inflatable dartboard to attempt a bull eye. People will not be able to resist friendly competition in the Snow Ball Wars Arena or the 40-foot inflatable pool table.
All activities are included in admission price.
Back by popular demand, Lights of Hope will also bring 20 tons of real snow twice to Titusville on Dec. 16 and Dec. 23, with age group snow play areas and an enormous ice slide. On Snow Days, the festival will be open from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., and admission is $10, with 3 years old and under free.
“Lights of Hope is all about giving families an opportunity to have quality time together over the holidays,” said Trey Gordon, Executive Director of Hope for North Brevard. “We invite you to come and enjoy family holiday fun at its best.”
About 12,500 people from Brevard, Volusia and Orange counties attended last year’s festival – and it is projected to exceed that in attendance for 2017.
For more information about Lights of Hope, or to learn about becoming an event sponsor, vendor, entertainer and/or volunteer, visit hopenb.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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