Wheaton extends Adams Park holiday light display

  • A light display in Adams Park in downtown Wheaton will now run through Feb. 10.

      A light display in Adams Park in downtown Wheaton will now run through Feb. 10. John Starks | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 1/10/2021 6:14 PM

The holidays may have come and gone, but Wheaton is keeping up a display of twinkling lights downtown to help brighten the winter gloom.

"Nights of Lights" opened in November as a new seasonal and pandemic-friendly attraction in Adams Park. The city and the Downtown Wheaton Association partnered on the effort to bring some 35,000 twinkling bulbs to the park neighboring the Wheaton Public Library.

 

The display will now be extended through Feb. 10. There's no charge to see the lights at Adams Park between dusk and 10 p.m. daily. The city asks that visitors wear a mask and practice social distancing.

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