November 26 – January 3

Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

5:00 – 10:00pm

Goodwin Park-Hartford, CT

It is time to bring some “sparkle and light” back into our lives! Look no further for Holiday Light Fantasia is back to fill your heart with cheer and delight once again! From the safety of your car you and your family can enjoy this timeless tradition completely socially distanced from anyone. 

Holiday Light Fantasia, presented by Johnson Brunetti, is in Goodwin Park at 1130 Maple Avenue on the Hartford/Wethersfield line, now though January 3rd, 2021. Hours are: Thursdays through Sundays from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. At just $15 per car, this holiday tradition is affordable family fun. In addition to the light show, children can enter to win a week away to camp!

This illuminated drive-through attraction is a beautiful collection of over one million lights, and features two miles of whimsical holiday sights, familiar characters, and local tributes shine bright in more than 200 individual displays. The lighted animations celebrate not only Christmas, but also Hanukkah, New Year’s, Three Kings Day, and the winter season.

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Millions of children and families living in America face hunger and food insecurity every day.


  • Due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, more than 54 million people may experience food insecurity in 2020, including a potential 18 million children.
  • According to the USDA’s latest Household Food Insecurity in the United States report, more than 35 million people in the United States struggled with hunger in 2019.
  • In 2018, 14.3 million American households were food insecure with limited or uncertain access to enough food.
  • Households with children are more likely to experience food insecurity. Before the coronavirus pandemic, more than 10 million children live in food-insecure households.
  • Every community in the country is home to families who struggle with food insecurity including rural and suburban communities.
  • Many households that experience food insecurity do not qualify for federal nutrition programs and need to rely on their local food banks and other hunger relief organizations for support.

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