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St. Augustine's Bridge of Lions, the famous Bayfront and the historic skyline at dusk during the Nights of Lights.
The ninth year of the much celebrated and regionally acclaimed Nights of Lights will concluded on Friday, January 31, and already plans are underway for the grand lighting of the festival’s tenth season on November 22, 2003.
The Nights of Lights, St. Augustine’s holiday celebration runs annually from the Saturday before Thanksgiving through the end of January, has been heralded as a major event across the South since its inauguration nine years ago and this past season was once again named one of the Top Twenty Events in the Southeast for the month of November by the Southeast Tourism Society.
The City of St. Augustine is responsible for the installation and maintenance of the displays on nearly 100 locations, including buildings, parks, medians and gardens. Much credit for the continued success of the Nights of Lights goes to the hundreds of business and home owners throughout St. Augustine who voluntarily participate in the event. Because they join in, the City truly becomes a city of light throughout the holiday season.
Participation and cooperation are the keys to the Nights of Lights’ continued and growing success. Were it not for the hundreds of private property owners who, at their own expense, participate in the Nights of Lights, the City would not have the seamless display that creates such a stunning effect.
Funding for the program comes from both the City and from the St. Johns County Tourist Development Council.
For more information on the Nights of Lights program, visit www.nightsoflights.com.
The Gazebo in the Plaza de la Constitucion is the scene for the Nights of Lights Celebration on November 23.