WATCH: Christmas Eve proves to be big day for Lindenwood Lights
FARGO — The holiday light displays at Lindenwood Park have been open to the public for almost a month, but on Christmas Eve they drew in a crowd.
Christmas Eve is the busiest night for the drive-through light display — in some cases attracting up to 1,000 cars, the event's host said. It's the 20th year the Fargo-Moorhead Sertoma Club has hosted the holiday lights at Lindenwood, but they said tonight is special for another reason:
This year they have 80 different displays, the most ever.
Club member David Kruse said visitors respect the lights at Lindenwood as a one-of-a-kind event, especially some of the displays.
"Some of them are just very, very unique, and you just wonder, where did they get this idea from — because it's so intriguing," said Sertoma Club member, David Kruse.
The light show usually raises about $25,000 for charity. It runs until Monday, Dec. 31.