For the second straight year, a Middleburgh park will be lighting up the Christmas season.

This Christmas we are all trying to find new, fun things to do with our families to get us into the Christmas spirit while staying safe during the pandemic. What could be safer and more fun than a drive-thru Christmas light display? According to a News 10 report, "Lights In the Park" is back for its second year at Timothy Murphy Park in Middleburgh. This free event runs every Friday and Saturday in December, and also features visits by Santa, Frosty the Snowman, and more.

Driving around and seeing all the lights on the houses in our neighborhood is something we love to do with our kids Scarlett and Emmett every year, and the dedicated drive-thru light displays take that fun to another level. So maybe you love the drive-thru light show in Albany but not the drive there, checking out this display in Middleburgh may be right up your alley.

To learn about other cool Christmas happenings in our area that are socially distant and safe, make sure you regularly check our Holiday Survival Guide on the free GNA App! We will keep in the know as you navigate a Christmas season that will look and feel a little different this year because of the pandemic but should still be a lot of fun. Don't have the app? Download it here and turn on your alerts to stay in the know on holiday happenings and stuff to do all month long.

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