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GREENFIELD — Light UP the Fairgrounds, Franklin County’s drive-through holiday light spectacular, kicks off on Friday, Nov. 25 and runs for three weekends, Nov. 25-27, Dec. 2-4, and Dec. 9-11.

The Franklin County Fairgrounds is the site of this holiday tradition. Now in its third year, the event is bigger and brighter than ever.

“There are so many new participants; we are featuring 40 light displays this year,” Light UP the Fairgrounds committee member Ericka Almeida said. The public is invited to come take in the beautiful light displays and vote for their favorite. Cash prizes are awarded to the top two businesses and the top two individual entries.

For a minimum donation of $5 per car (cash only), visitors are invited to drive through the main gates of the fairground and witness the light extravaganza starting at 5 p.m., with the last car allowed into the fairgrounds at 8 p.m. Queueing for the event will be via Laurel Street to Fairview Street and will wrap around the fairgrounds to the main entrance.

Daily News

GREENFIELD — Light UP the Fairgrounds, Franklin County’s drive-through holiday light spectacular, kicked off Thanksgiving weekend and will continue through two more weekends, Dec. 3-5 and Dec. 10-12.

The Franklin County Fairgrounds is the site of this holiday tradition. The public is invited to take in light displays lovingly crafted by community members, organizations, and businesses.

For a minimum donation of $5 per car (cash only), visitors are invited to drive through the main gates of the fairground and witness the light extravaganza starting at 5 p.m., with the last car let into the fairgrounds at 9 p.m. Queueing for the event will be via Laurel Street and will wrap around the fairgrounds to the main entrance.

Visitors will be encouraged to vote for their favorite display through a ballot handed to them upon entrance. Please bring a pen or pencil.

This event is sponsored by WHAI/Bear Country/the Outlaw and Easy 107.5, and is a fundraiser with proceeds from entrance fees benefiting the following nonprofits: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Franklin County, Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Regional Dog Shelter, and the Franklin County Fairgrounds.

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