COOS COUNTY, Ore. — After a shutdown caused by the pandemic last year, the Shore Acres Holiday Lights will be back this Christmas season.
The decision was made last week to start planning and coordinating the magical light display.
Per tradition, the holiday light display will run from November 26th through the month of December.
"With 325,000 lights, many decorated Christmas trees, and a beautifully decorated garden house, holiday lights draw 40,000 to 50,000 visitors each season with over 1500 volunteers who make it happen," said Timm Slater, the executive director of the Chamber of Commerce. "This is truly a community tradition revived."
Holiday lights co-chair Shirley Bridgham tells us they are looking for volunteers to help put up the display later this year.
She says after what happened last year, this year's display will happen barring any unforeseen adversity.