Messick Farm Equipment's Christmas Light Show Open Through December 30

Mon December 11, 2017 - Northeast Edition #25
Construction Equipment Guide


Messick Farm Equipment is excited to announce the kick off of its 2017 Christmas Light Show in Elizabethtown, Pa. This year's show is bigger and better than ever as Messick's celebrates its 5th year of the Christmas Light Show display. The show is free and open to the public from 6:00 to 9:30 p.m. each evening in December from the 1st through the 30th. Monday through Thursday evening shows feature five songs per show, while shows Friday through Sunday will feature four songs per show to help prevent long wait times on the busiest nights.

Messick's Christmas Light Show is an animated holiday display choreographed to lively holiday music. The event is fun for all ages and music is broadcast through an FM radio station, 95.5, which visitors can tune into on their car stereo and enjoy the warmth of their vehicle.

Volunteers will be on site throughout the event to help coordinate traffic flow and to collect donations for local charities. 100 percent of donations collected are distributed to local charities including Paxton Street Ministries, Water Street Rescue Mission, Mennonite Disaster Service, Elizabethtown Community Cupboard and Etown Community Housing & Outreach Services.

In four years, Messick's Christmas Light Show has raised more than $120,657 for local charities throughout the event.

A sneak-peak video of this year's show is available on Messick's Youtube channel. A behind-the-scenes look at how it's all put together can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kolm5c29yc8&feature=youtu.be

For more information, call 800/222-3373 or visit www.messicks.com.




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