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Lights in the Heights in the Woodlands Heights
Saturday, December 8, 2018 | 5:00 pm to 9:00 pmFree
Bask in the Christmas spirit and take in the beautifully decorated homes of the Woodland Heights while enjoying holiday musical performers on front porches.
Due to congestions of the surrounding streets, arriving by ride-sharing services is strongly recommended. Lyft is offering 50% (up to $5) for two rides with a Lights in the Heights promo code HEIGHTSLIGHTS.
Lights in the Heights 2018 Route
For 2018, the road closures and featured homes are on Euclid Street and Byrne Street from Studewood Street to Beauchamp Street.
Public vs. Private Events at Lights in the Heights
Given large crowds and disorderly behavior several years ago, the neighborhood association has continued to try scaling down event, preferring it to be a neighborhood-only occasion. However, with the closure of public city streets, it remains an event that anyone can attend.
Many homes along those streets and nearby will be hosting their own private parties on their lawns and in their homes. As always, those remain private, but the general public is free to visit and take in the atmosphere from the streets and sidewalks.
Please respect private property and spirit of the neighborhood.
Homes in the Woodland Heights remain decorated throughout December and can be viewed any night of the month by car or by foot on the sidewalks.
The small neighborhood roads get very congested quickly, so driving yourself is not recommended. You’ll likely regret taking your car into the Woodland Heights neighborhood and we strongly recommend taking a ride-sharing service.
Lyft is offering 50% (up to $5) for two rides with a Lights in the Heights promo code HEIGHTSLIGHTS.
This year, the Woodland Heights Neighborhood Association is offering merchandise and sponsorships to help defray the costs of operating this popular event.
Click here and scroll down to browse available souvenirs such as t-shirts, Christmas ornaments, aprons, tea towels, and more.
It’s free to visit the neighborhood and view the homes and entertainment from the public streets and sidewalks. Click here for more information.