Lights on the Lake is back!
The holiday tradition will light up Ascarate Park on Saturday, December 4th beginning at 6pm and lighting ceremony to take place at 6:30pm. The FREE event is for the entire family to enjoy.
The second annual “A Night of Hope Honoring Our Healthcare Workers and First Responders” will kick off our event with a special presentation to honor their sacrifice, dedication and service to the El Paso community. The presentation will take place along with the lighting ceremony at 6:30pm with the switch being flipped by a healthcare worker/first responder.
The evening festivities includes a variety of food trucks, free train rides, entertainment for the kids and live music by Broken Dime Band. Santa Claus will visit the event and will be available for photos with visitors.
The public is asked to submit photos of a healthcare worker or first responder in action to [email protected]; photos should be in a JPEG format. Deadline to submit is Sunday, November 21st.
The holiday lights will be lit nightly in the park through early January for the public to continue to enjoy. Winter park hours are 6 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. with a $2 park entry fee on Saturdays and Sundays.
WHAT: 7th Annual Lights on the Lake
WHEN: Saturday, December 4th, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
WHERE: Ascarate Park, 6900 Delta
For additional holiday events this season, please follow El Paso County Parks & Recreation on Facebook and Instagram @epcountyparks.
For more information on Lights on the Lake, please call (915)771-2380.