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Christmas Light Fest

Leave it to the celebration experts at Don Strange of Texas, Inc. to find a new way to make the holiday season sparkle: two million lights adorning the historic Don Strange Ranch, bringing holiday fun to life along two miles of the scenic ranch during “Christmas Light Fest”. Usually reserved for private events, the ranch will be open to the public for everyone to enjoy the dazzling drive-thru display each evening beginning Thursday, Nov. 27 and continuing through the holiday season to Saturday, Jan. 3. The professionally designed and installed light show will add a new dimension to a Texas Hill Country Christmas at the ranch, located just north of Boerne off of IH-10 in Waring.

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