NightLights Tree Lighting Celebration
Realities For Children is hosting the 19th Annual NightLights Tree Lighting Ceremony on Thursday, December 1st. All are welcome to join this hour-long celebration on the lawn of First Presbyterian Church (531 S. College Ave). This is a FREE, family-friendly community event from 6-7pm.
The evening is packed full of entertainment, food and fun…culminating in the lighting of the 50’ “Big Blue Tree” at 7pm.
*Hot soup, quesadillas and vegan flatbread from Z Catering, Staffing & Events
*Cocoa from The Salvation Army
*Cookies and sweet treats from around the community
*Enjoy live music from The Ridgeview Madrigal Singers
*Visit with Santa!
*Meet the 31 local youth agencies working directly with the children served by Realities For Children
This event is outside, so be sure to dress warmly.
The NightLights Tree has become an icon in the center for Fort Collins with over 30,000 blue lights, as blue is the Internationally recognized color of Child Abuse Prevention. Each light on the tree is a symbol of light and hope in the dark life of a child who has experiences abuse or neglect or who is at-risk right now. The NightLights tree is an active outreach for Realities For Children, as community members are asked to please consider sponsoring a light on the NightLights Tree any time through the end of the year for just $100 per light.
Visit GiveANightLight.com for more information or to sponsor a light.
Date: Thursday, December 1st
Time: 6 - 7pm
Company: Realities For Children
Location: First Presbyterian Church, 531 S. College Ave, Fort Collins