Broome County’s on-again-off-again Festival of Lights is back on this year at Otsiningo Park in the Town of Dickinson for a second year in a row.

(Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

The holiday light show has been held on-and-off with different host groups and in a few different locations over the years with interruptions coming from lack of funding to even flooding.

The Spiedie Fest organization along with the Broome County Parks Department put together a hurried presentation last year during the height of the pandemic as a way for families to safely enjoy the holidays together.

This year’s presentation had a lot more time for planning and gathering support and has thousands of lights for the displays that line the drive through Otsiningo Park.

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The drive-through experience is $15 a car for as many pass-throughs as you like and runs Wednesdays through Saturdays from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. November 24 through January 2.

Veterans and active military are free. Fireworks are planned for November 26, December 18 and New Year’s Eve.

For more information go to bcfestivaloflights.com 

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