‘Christmas at Panther Creek Park’ is back
DAVIESS CO., Ky. (WFIE) - Christmas is right around the corner at Panther Creek Park.
The holiday light display, “Christmas at Panther Creek Park,” will take place November 25.
It costs $5 per car and will include around 50,000 lights.
The event will also feature a few new structures including an animated tunnel for families to drive through and enjoy.
Half of the money earned from the event will be donated to five nonprofits in the Daviess County area.
“Two years ago was our biggest year I believe and not for profits each got a check for about $5,000 for you know working one week,” says Daviess County Judge Executive, Al Mattingly. “That’s not bad.”
Friday night is also the first night of the season for the Energy on Ice rink in Owensboro.
That’s part of the Hometown Christmas festivities that happen every weekend in December..
It’s $10 if you need to rent skates, $8 if you bring your own.
It opens at 5 p.m. and goes until 9 p.m.
Saturday times are from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.
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