NEWTOWN, Conn. -- The Hawleyville Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department will be hosting its second annual holiday light show starting on Thanksgiving.
The show will feature more than 40,000 lights that dance, shimmer and shine to more than 100 songs, officials said. There also will be a "Winter Village," an interactive walk-through display for children featuring life-size buildings, characters, and over-sized games.
The free show will be from 5 to 10 p.m. daily from Thanksgiving evening through Jan. 8.
Guests can park in the department's parking lot, 34 Hawleyville Road, and tune their radios to FM 92.9 to enjoy the show or walk through the "Winter Village."
While the show is free, the department is seeking donations, which can be made in person in a secure mailbox or online at its website. The Hawleyville Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department is a nonprofit, all-volunteer department that provides fire, rescue and emergency medical coverage to Newtown 24/7/365.
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