One of the biggest Christmas light experiences in Forsyth County is set to return.
Every year since 2006, more than 300 homes in the Ashebrooke subdivision light up for the Christmas holiday and invite the public to drive through to see the elaborate displays.
People are encouraged to visit throughout December after 7
p.m., but the neighborhood dedicates one night as its “Night of Lights,” a
spectacle of Christmas festivity that in past years has featured Santa, falling
snow, hot cocoa and cider, reindeer, bagpipers, a live Nativity scene and more.
The night is meant to spread the Christmas spirit while also raise money to help local families in need.
Half of this year’s donations from visitors will go toward the cost of rehabilitation services for Jennifer Delucia, who was diagnosed with Diffused Large B Cell Lymphoma in 2016.
The other half of donations will go to Jason and Kelly Pellino, who recently assumed custody of Kelly’s niece and nephew, both of whom have upcoming needs for therapy, counseling and other programs.
When: 6 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 15
Where: Enter at 5010 Luke Drive, in Cumming
Cost: Free entry. Donations are encouraged to go toward an individual in the community going through trying circumstances or a local organization.
More info: ashebrooke-nol.com