went to the festival of light which is held after thanksgiving to christmas time.
they decorate with lights and have an open pit bonfire with hot chocolate you can buy which was good.
they also have their regular souvenier shop which is fun with alot of interesting things.
you can also buy a ticket to the theatre for a live nativity which was ok, but i enjoyed the lights ect part more
they also have a small train all lite up you can ride on and carriage ride.
it was neat beacuse this theatre is out by itself away from lights so it is really bright and a beautiful place to visit anyway with the red rock.
it is free to see the light and visit , but the live nativity was 10.00 a family, the train ride and carriage ride cost about 3.00 person.
during the rest of the year they have a variety of outdoor plays ect set against the redrock backdrop