If you need a little help kick-starting your Christmas spirit after the Thanksgiving holiday, the residents in the town of Pulaski can help you.
The town’s annual spectacular display of Christmas lights is ready to view. Enjoy a great lighted barn scene, a giant wreath, a nativity scene, bears throwing packages across the street, a fountain, Santa in a helicopter and an airplane, skaters, a paddleboat and many more festive displays for the Christmas season.
Pulaski has been the center of the holiday spirit for the past 24 years. Sandy Becker told WKVI that people come from all over the state to see the lights in Pulaski. Out of state guests who are visiting relatives also make a special trip to see the festival of displays.
Can you imagine the electric bill? Becker stated that there is a Pulaski Christmas lights fund that helps with the expense of lighting the displays each year. A donation box is also out if you would like to donate to the fund. Visit the folks at Bill and Babe’s in Pulaski and drop off a donation there.
All of the displays will be up until Jan. 1 so drive through the town of Pulaski in Pulaski County and get caught up in the holiday season.