Skeeters Holiday Lights

Pictured, Isaiah (L) and Mila Cano (R) trying to untangle lights in preparation of the event. 

SUGAR LAND (Covering Katy News) - The sixth annual Sugar Land Holiday Lights is back at Constellation Field and is running now through January 5. This sparkling wonderland features more than 3 million lights, a carnival, and numerous themed displays. There will also be a special event for children who can benefit from a sensory-friendly presentation. 

The Sugar Land Skeeters, in partnership with Hope For Three Autism Advocates will present the Inaugural Sensory-Friendly Holiday Lights Night, December 5 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The event, which captures all the winter-wonderland feels of the annual holiday lights, will provide an environment that maximizes inclusion for all individuals with sensory overload.

Several sensor-friendly tweaks include the lowering of lights and softening the music and other holiday sounds.

Santa and others will be on deck for fun, as well as hot cocoa, s'mores and more will be available for all individuals with different abilities; no matter the age.

Tickets can be purchased by visiting sugarlandholidaylights.com. Enter code “H43" to receive a $2 discount off each ticket with an additional $2 donated to local nonprofit, Hope For Three.

For information on Hope For Three programs and resources, visit hopeforthree.org or call 281-245-0640. 

 

IF YOU WANT TO SEE THE REGULAR SHOW THE HOURS ARE:

Sunday - Thursday: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Friday - Saturday: 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Eve, New Years Day: 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Closed: December 2

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