While winter has already hit with a premature bang, Western New Yorkers still have much to look forward to this season. At Winter Night Lights at the Jamestown Audubon, visitors can forget about their shovels and snow plow woes for a night of interactive, colorful fun in a beautiful, natural setting. Come out, enjoy the show, and re-kindle your love for winter!
From the Jamestown Audubon:
“Visitors control some of the 10,000 LED lights on a luminary lit trail. Through drums, movement, lights and more visitors make lights dance and swirl and even trigger noises and other reactions! The trail ends with an LED laser light show that turns the landscape into a fairyland of lights.”
The schedule and prices are as follows:
Winter Lights at Audubon (All*)
Friday & Saturday, December 12 & 13, 5:30pm-8:30pm
*Thursday, December 18, 5:30-8:30pm, “Over 21 Night”
(Price for Over 21 Night TBD)
Friday & Saturday, December 19 & 20, 5:30pm-8:30pm
Friday – Sunday, December 26-28, 5:30pm-8:30pm
Last admission sold at 7:45pm
$10 Regular Price; $8 Friends of the Nature Center
$8 Children 3-15; Free ages 2 & under
Reservations are not required.
*Program Location: Audubon. Expect to walk about a ½ mile on a paved and ice-free, but possibly snow-covered, trail.
*Special Information: Dress to be outside with warm winter coats, gloves and winter boots.