"Lights in the Canyon" Wraps Up a Successful First Year - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

1/3/03

"Lights in the Canyon" Wraps Up a Successful First Year

Now that the holidays are over, lights are coming down all over the city, even in Mackenzie Park. The park was home to first-ever "Lights in the Canyon," a holiday lights display by Broadway Festivals. Director of Broadway Festivals, Stephanie Allison, said the event was a success and will probably continue next holiday season.

"We had over 45,000 people and 10,800 something cars. with the response that we've gotten, I think we will probably do it again next year," said Allison.

"Lights in the Canyon" is also a holiday gift that keeps on giving. Allison says Broadway Festivals plans to give over $10,000 from the event's proceeds to numerous non-profit organizations across the city.

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