Last-minute fine-tuning is underway at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds to throw the switch for two million lights at the fourth annual Holiday Lights drive-thru, which runs Nov. 24-Dec. 24.
Event coordinator Dave Kegebein said new additions this year, including tulips and poinsettias, large snails, a new set of reindeer, Santa’s Workshop, a gingerbread house and pink flamingos add up to the largest scale show yet.
On Dec. 1 and 2, the Fairgrounds Foundation will also host the Holiday Craft and Gift Fair, now in its 46th year.
Holiday Lights will run Nov. 24-Dec. 24 on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Dec. 1 and 2 are walk-through-only during the Craft and Gift Fair. A ticket to the event includes the walk-through experience. (Note: There is no drive-thru on walk-through evenings).
For information and tickets, visit fairgrounds-foundation.org.