MELKSHAM, UNITED KINGDOM - DECEMBER 01: Children look at the Christmas lights displayed on a house on December 1, 2008 in Melksham, England. The householder Alex Goodwind - who says he does it to raise money for charity after his mother died a few years ago - starts planning lights in July and has spent 3,000 GBP this year alone on the lights that are now estimated to be worth 30,000 GBP. Last year the bill for electricity was 700 GBP and the house had to have an uprated electricity supply installed to cope with the additional power needed. Donations from visitors to the spectacle raised over 2,000 GBP to local hospice Dorothy House. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
Every year for the past few years that I’ve been in Charlotte, I’ve said that I’m going to take the family to McAdenville.
COVID has impacted a lot, but it won’t impact “Christmastown U.S.A” that much. So much so, that I’m excited that I can take my family. The lights at McAdenville will kick off 12/1-12/26. There are a few things such as the parade, the 5k, lighting at Xmas Town Lake, and the tree lighting ceremony won’t happen, but you can still see the lights. The times will be 5:30-10:30pm. I hope you enjoy.