Popular Holiday Lights Display Could Go Dark

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This could be the last year to catch a popular Fairfield County holiday lights display.

The Lancaster Eagle-Gazette
reported that the Collison family, 5601 Westfall Road, wants to downsize and sell their 5,600-square-foot house.

They have been operating the Festival of Lights for about 15 years, drawing about 12,000 vehicles a year.

The homeowners tell the Eagle-Gazette they may be willing to sell the lights and decorations along with the house, but there is no guarantee the future owners would continue the operation.

The display is up and running nightly now through Jan. 2.

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