Sweet treat at Ritzy's Fantasy of Lights this Saturday - Tri-State News, Weather & Sports

Sweet treat at Ritzy's Fantasy of Lights this Saturday

If you're headed to Ritzy's Fantasy of Lights on Saturday, December 13, you may get a sweet surprise.

The first 1,500 people with paid admission will get a free scoop of Ritzy's Candy Cane ice cream.

It's part of the "Holly Jolly Holiday" celebration which promotes activities in and around Evansville's downtown district.

If you'd like to learn more about other Holly Jolly Holiday activities, click here.

While the free ice cream is a one-time only treat, Ritzy's Fantasy of Lights continues at Garvin Park through January 1.

Hours are 5-9 pm Sunday through Thursday, and 5-10 pm Friday and Saturday.

Hours on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Eve are 5-10 pm.

Admission is $7 for vehicles with up to six people.  Vehicles with 7-14 people is $10.  Vehicles with 15 people or more is $25.

Horse-drawn carriage rides are available each night, weather permitting, for $30, which includes admission for up to six people.

All proceeds from Ritzy's Fantasy of Lights fund therapy sessions for local children and adults with disabilities served by the Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center.

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