Henderson Asking for Assistance in Refurbishing 'Christmas In The Park' Displays

The City of Henderson is seeking help from local groups for the annual Christmas in the Park display.

Posted: Sep 16, 2021 11:04 AM
Updated: Sep 16, 2021 12:09 PM

The City of Henderson's Parks and Recreation Department is asking for help from local groups, businesses and organizations with their 2021 Christmas in the Park display.

The annual event takes place in Central Park in downtown Henderson.

Some buildings and larger displays have become weather worn and are in need of a new look, forcing the city to ask for help in refurbishing them.

“Adopting one of the displays, making repairs and repainting is a great way for a group of volunteers to assist with bringing the spirit of Christmas to this beloved tradition that makes its home in our City park,” said Trace Stevens, Parks director for the City.

Stevens is working on making plans to get the work completed by the end of November when the displays will be set up.

Any group interested in helping with this years features in Central Park can contact Trace Stevents at 270-831-1274.

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