Paul Ogle Riverfront Park, located on Ferry Street along the scenic Ohio River in Vevay, IN, is the site of a spectacular Christmas light display. Vehicles may circle the park at no charge, viewing the decorations on display through December 31.
Thousands of lights make up the presentation, which include mangers, sleighs, deer, Christmas trees, cartoon characters, and more.
Sponsored in part by Switzerland County Tourism, Kathy Meredith of Meredith Bookkeeping and Tax spearheaded the project to bring a brighter and festive Christmas to the town of Vevay. Along with additional supporters, a group of dedicated volunteers utilized purchased, donated, and borrowed lights and ornaments to make up the amazing production.
Additional holiday activities will take place in Switzerland County beginning December 7, including gingerbread house and wreath contest entries at the Switzerland County Visitors Center located at 128 West Main Street in Vevay. The houses will be on display through December 28, with wreaths hanging through December 30. There is no admission fee.
Photos with Santa and Make and Take Crafts will be held at the Visitor Center from 1-4pm on December 8, 9, 15, and 16. Both activities are at no charge.
A County Christmas will take place at two historic homes in Switzerland County on Sat., December 8 from 10am-4pm. Enjoy a simple Country Christmas at the 1820's Venoge home at 111 State Rd. 129. The beginnings of a modern Christmas celebration will be re-enacted at the 1860's Thiebaud Farmstead located at 5147 East State Rd. 56. Both homes are located in Vevay. Admission is free but donations appreciated.
For more information, contact the Switzerland County Visitors Center at 812-427-3237 or e-mail email@example.com. Information on lodging, local businesses, and events in Switzerland County can be found on the Switzerland County Tourism website at switzcotourism.com. Join the Switzerland County Tourism-Vevay, IN, Facebook page for up-to-the minute information on county events and more.
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