BURTON — Opening night of Christmas at Crossroads Holiday Magic is Nov. 29 at Crossroads Village.
The day after Thanksgiving will be a time to celebrate the holidays with fireworks, a sing-a-long and the lighting of the Tree of Lights.
There will be thousands of lights in the trees of Crossroads Village that will look like “tiny stars” for visitors to marvel at.
The shops will be open and stocked with Christmas gifts for children and adults alike.
Live entertainment will also be at the Colwell Opera House, along with a visit from Santa for kids to get that Christmas list to.
The 100-year-old C.W. Parker Carousel will be operating. Visitors can “enjoy a magical trip through the wintery countryside on the Huckleberry Railroad.
There will also be a holiday buffet that will be prepared by Sullivan’s Black Forest of Frankenmuth.
“Whether you are continuing a tradition or making a new one, come share the spirit of this special season with those you love at the most magical place we know- Crossroads Village,” said Amy M. McMillan, Director for Genesee County Parks and Rec Commission.
Christmas at Crossroads runs Nov. 29,Dec. 1,6-8.13-15,18-22 and the 26-29 from 4 p.m.-9 p.m.
For more information, call 800- 648-PARK or go to the Holiday Magic page at www.geneseecounty- parks.org.