TWINKLE – A Drive Thru Christmas Light Show
This Light Show will take place nightly December 18 – December 23, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
Admission is $10 per car with a 7 person limit.
Over the River and Through the Woods, the TWINKLE Drive Thru Christmas Light Show runs approximately 1 mile with 15 or more holiday themed lighting displays. Traveling on the curve and by the Fort and around the bend in front of the Old Clark House, the route will end at the Caldwell Dairy Barn which will be transformed into a white winter wonderland! Santa will be found via remote connections to be hard at work in Santa’s Workshop where children can speak directly to him about their most secret Christmas wish! There will be refreshments and snacks offered along with arts and crafts directly from the North Pole that can be purchased for gifts!
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BECOME LIGHTING WIZARDS!
After careful consideration, The Florida Agricultural Museum realized that we had ROOM FOR MORE! So, we opened more spaces for Groups, Organizations, Businesses, Clubs, and Families to become LIGHTING WIZARDS! We want to make Flagler County BRILLIANT with TWINKLES so we are decorating MORE forests, fields and barns! That means we now need MORE LIGHTING WIZARDS! Here is your opportunity to Light It UP!! Each group, organization, business, club, church or individual will be given approximately a 20’ x 20’ area to decorate with TWINKLE lights. Use any theme, plan or design and let your Creative Side SHINE! The Displays will be up for the public to see Friday December 18 through Wednesday December 23 from 6pm to 8pm. The space to decorate is FREE! No Fees to be a Lighting Wizard! For more information about being a Lighting Wizard, please contact email@example.com or fill out the form below to BECOME A LIGHTING WIZARD.
Each Lighting Wizard will be given approximately a 20’ x 20’ area to decorate with TWINKLE lights. Use any theme, plan or design and let your Creative Side SHINE! Set Up for the Displays will begin Sunday afternoon December 13 at noon The Displays will be up for the public to see Friday December 18 through Wednesday December 23 from 6pm to 8pm. All Displays need to be taken down by Wednesday December 30. Each Lighting Wizard will be responsible for their own power, maintaining the lights, music, and display features. The Florida Agricultural Museum will provide the space, signage, marketing, crowd and traffic control.