Thank You!

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To all those that came out and helped, a great big THANK YOU!

We are really looking forward to our opening on Friday!
Come and see what all the volunteers have done in preserving a "view from yester-year". 

 


 Santa  Snowman

Opening Day - Friday - November 21, 2014

 


Take a "Step back in Time"
Come see a bit of "yester-year"
with a bit of "tomorrow" thrown in!

 


 

SANTA FOR SALE!

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No, not the jolly old elf himself, but the 20 foot tall, 40 foot wide waving Santa that has traditionally been at the exit of our exhibit.
The waving Santa cost $30,000 when we bought him.  He has done very well and has been maintained during the years, including new lights and controllers.

We are asking $15,000.  
Santa would look great in any display, especially those of you with a park or good amount of land.
He can be seen for quite a ways. 

Come see him in action and see how wonderful he is.
Contact Luke @ 509-869-7625
or Rick @ 618-537-9909 for further information.

 


 

The "Blinky" Show!

The "Blinky Show" is changing!
(Morphing would probably be a better term.)

"Blinky" will start the year as an "Encore" presentation of
last year's show, but with a twist!

This year's show will grow as we go through the rest of November,
and all during December.  

New songs will be added, old ones may or may not be replaced.
New props will join those already in place.
NOTE - The show is on the other side of the parking lot, on the hill!
Just look for all the blinking lights, and tune your radio to hear the music.

Come out and see what we have, and then come back for more.


We look forward to seeing you!!!


 Only Two Things
Can
Stop the Show

Did you know there are only two things that can stop our show?
1)  Lack of Electricity.  
If the power goes out, we will be closed.

2)  Ice on the hill.
On the 9/10 mile ride around the park, there is one point behind the dam that dips down almost 30 feet (measured straight down), around a hairpin curve, then back up to the water level.  If it found that this area is too slippery, we have to close the show.  

We apologize if this happens on the night you have come out to see it.  Please try again another night.  

 


 

We are all Volunteers

Lebanon's Winter Wonderland is a community event provided to you by a group of volunteers dedicated to keeping
alive the memory and feelings that displays of yester-year did for all of us.

We actively invite you to participate by volunteering in any capacity that you can.

Like many activities these days, we are dependent on the talents and generosity of the people of the Lebanon area
to make this display work. We achieve our financial needs through donations. 
Contributions can be made through the internet.
You can also donate as you enter the park to see the display.  
You can donate electronically. See the donate button in the top right corner of these pages.

Exciting opportunities for 2015: 

Winter weather, with or without snow, can be hard on the displays.
Many people have given countless hours to create and to setup the displays.
We want to honor their work by maintaining the displays in the best condition possible. 
Join us and have a lot of fun while doing great things for LWW,
Horner Park, and the community as a whole.

We hope you enjoy this year's display!

 

 

Please consider supporting the efforts of the Lebanon Winter Wonderland!

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