Come see the True Meaning of Christmas at the Kirsch Family Christmas Lights & Nativity. The light display includes 4 houses, 6 barns and approximately half-mile in the countryside. There are more than 200,000 lights and 175 lit figures. Some of the light displays include elves filling a stocking, ice skaters, skiers, snowmen playing soccer and bowling, gingerbread men jumping rope, swinging, and jumping on a trampoline; and Santa fishing, shooting basketball, driving a tractor, helicopter, dump truck and sitting in the outhouse. Occasionally, Santa himself makes a pit stop in person at the outhouse (not nativity weekend).
The live nativity has several animals, such as donkey, chickens, rabbits, calves, sheep, lambs, camel, goats, and any other animals that are around that we can get out there for the kids/adults to see and touch. Also, the family members dress in full costume to portray the nativity scene.
Drive by or park and walk up to the Nativity barn. Admission and parking are free.
Lights will be on Thanksgiving Day through New Year's Eve Day.
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For more information, visit arkenau.wix.com/kirsch-live-nativity or call 859-472-3464.