Preparing to ‘light up’ the season


Krodel Park’s Christmas Fantasy Light Show will be returning for another holiday season. The show will begin on Monday, Nov. 19 and run until Monday, Dec. 31. Guests are welcome to drive through the park at their desired pace to view the lights or if preferred park their vehicle and take a stroll. Visitors from all around the area, not just in Mason County, come out to experience one of Point Pleasant’s biggest holiday attractions. The event is free to attend, but guests may donate what they wish to give at the entrance gate. The show is organized by Main Street Point Pleasant with assistance from the City of Point Pleasant. Pictured are scenes from work done this week and last year’s show.

Krodel Park’s Christmas Fantasy Light Show will be returning for another holiday season. The show will begin on Monday, Nov. 19 and run until Monday, Dec. 31. Guests are welcome to drive through the park at their desired pace to view the lights or if preferred park their vehicle and take a stroll. Visitors from all around the area, not just in Mason County, come out to experience one of Point Pleasant’s biggest holiday attractions. The event is free to attend, but guests may donate what they wish to give at the entrance gate. The show is organized by Main Street Point Pleasant with assistance from the City of Point Pleasant. Pictured are scenes from work done this week and last year’s show.


Erin Perkins | OVP

Krodel Park’s Christmas Fantasy Light Show will be returning for another holiday season. The show will begin on Monday, Nov. 19 and run until Monday, Dec. 31. Guests are welcome to drive through the park at their desired pace to view the lights or if preferred park their vehicle and take a stroll. Visitors from all around the area, not just in Mason County, come out to experience one of Point Pleasant’s biggest holiday attractions. The event is free to attend, but guests may donate what they wish to give at the entrance gate. The show is organized by Main Street Point Pleasant with assistance from the City of Point Pleasant. Pictured are scenes from work done this week and last year’s show.


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Krodel Park’s Christmas Fantasy Light Show will be returning for another holiday season. The show will begin on Monday, Nov. 19 and run until Monday, Dec. 31. Guests are welcome to drive through the park at their desired pace to view the lights or if preferred park their vehicle and take a stroll. Visitors from all around the area, not just in Mason County, come out to experience one of Point Pleasant’s biggest holiday attractions. The event is free to attend, but guests may donate what they wish to give at the entrance gate. The show is organized by Main Street Point Pleasant with assistance from the City of Point Pleasant. Pictured are scenes from work done this week and last year’s show.

Krodel Park’s Christmas Fantasy Light Show will be returning for another holiday season. The show will begin on Monday, Nov. 19 and run until Monday, Dec. 31. Guests are welcome to drive through the park at their desired pace to view the lights or if preferred park their vehicle and take a stroll. Visitors from all around the area, not just in Mason County, come out to experience one of Point Pleasant’s biggest holiday attractions. The event is free to attend, but guests may donate what they wish to give at the entrance gate. The show is organized by Main Street Point Pleasant with assistance from the City of Point Pleasant. Pictured are scenes from work done this week and last year’s show.

Krodel Park’s Christmas Fantasy Light Show will be returning for another holiday season. The show will begin on Monday, Nov. 19 and run until Monday, Dec. 31. Guests are welcome to drive through the park at their desired pace to view the lights or if preferred park their vehicle and take a stroll. Visitors from all around the area, not just in Mason County, come out to experience one of Point Pleasant’s biggest holiday attractions. The event is free to attend, but guests may donate what they wish to give at the entrance gate. The show is organized by Main Street Point Pleasant with assistance from the City of Point Pleasant. Pictured are scenes from work done this week and last year’s show.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/11/web1_1103.Krodel.jpgKrodel Park’s Christmas Fantasy Light Show will be returning for another holiday season. The show will begin on Monday, Nov. 19 and run until Monday, Dec. 31. Guests are welcome to drive through the park at their desired pace to view the lights or if preferred park their vehicle and take a stroll. Visitors from all around the area, not just in Mason County, come out to experience one of Point Pleasant’s biggest holiday attractions. The event is free to attend, but guests may donate what they wish to give at the entrance gate. The show is organized by Main Street Point Pleasant with assistance from the City of Point Pleasant. Pictured are scenes from work done this week and last year’s show. Erin Perkins | OVP

Krodel Park’s Christmas Fantasy Light Show will be returning for another holiday season. The show will begin on Monday, Nov. 19 and run until Monday, Dec. 31. Guests are welcome to drive through the park at their desired pace to view the lights or if preferred park their vehicle and take a stroll. Visitors from all around the area, not just in Mason County, come out to experience one of Point Pleasant’s biggest holiday attractions. The event is free to attend, but guests may donate what they wish to give at the entrance gate. The show is organized by Main Street Point Pleasant with assistance from the City of Point Pleasant. Pictured are scenes from work done this week and last year’s show.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/11/web1_12.30-Krodel.jpgKrodel Park’s Christmas Fantasy Light Show will be returning for another holiday season. The show will begin on Monday, Nov. 19 and run until Monday, Dec. 31. Guests are welcome to drive through the park at their desired pace to view the lights or if preferred park their vehicle and take a stroll. Visitors from all around the area, not just in Mason County, come out to experience one of Point Pleasant’s biggest holiday attractions. The event is free to attend, but guests may donate what they wish to give at the entrance gate. The show is organized by Main Street Point Pleasant with assistance from the City of Point Pleasant. Pictured are scenes from work done this week and last year’s show. File photo