“Each year we strive to make both the display and our charitable contributions bigger than ever,” Vicki Sandberg, co-chair of Holiday Lights in the Park, said in a statement. “We have new displays this year that are going to amaze everyone from the first time visitor to the person that has visited every year since this began. “
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Net proceeds from the IBEW Holiday Lights in the Park are distributed to local nonprofit organizations:
- Second Harvest Heartland;
- Union Gospel Mission;
- Saint Paul Parks Conservancy;
- Saint Paul Police Foundation; and
More than $250,000 has been generated to support the organizations in the event’s history.
The nonprofit Holiday Lights organization is run by volunteers from both IBEW and King of Kings Lutheran Church of Woodbury.
Admission is $8 per car Sunday through Thursday and $10 per car on Friday, Saturday and holidays.
Phalen Park is located at 1615 Phalen Drive East in St. Paul.
For more information, visit the IBEW Holiday Lights in the Park website.
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