Festival of Lights turns downtown Baton Rouge into winter wonderland
BATON ROUGE - It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in downtown Baton Rouge. The time has come again for the annual "Festival of Lights."
The festival has become a family tradition for many. There are plenty of activities for people to do. Including free ice skating, and a snow-filled slide.
"This is a tradition of my husband and I," Cassandra Shore told WBRZ. "We do this and then we go to dinner. It's just a perfect evening."
Festivities continued with a performance from the Soul Jukeboxx and, of course, a visit from Santa Clause.
"I love watching the joy this brings families, just seeing the community coming together," said Ramson Shore.
It was a big celebration, but not the last one. Click here for a full list of holiday activities leading up to Christmas Day.
— Sydney Kern (@sydneykern) November 30, 2018
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