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Chehaw alive with lights

November 30, 2007

Albany - - The Parks at Chehaw is all aglow with the spirit of the season.

The Annual Festival of Lights kicked off Friday, but there are more colorful lights than ever.

For $12 per car, you can ride through the park and see the display. For an extra $3, you can ride a train and see even more holiday cheer.   

"They've already gotten excited just riding through the park. They have a good time," says Bob Prince who brought his grandchildren.

Chehaw dramatically expanded the display this year. It will be open through January 2nd from 6 to 9 on weekdays and until 10 on weekends.

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