5-8PM | RAIN OR SHINE | SAT. DEC. 10TH
This is an event you don't want to miss! Join us for our final festival of the year as we take to the woods in celebration.
Enjoy a community inspired lantern walk, lighted art illuminating the forest paths, food & drink vendors, interactive glow in the dark art stations, thrilling performances down in the meadow, music, and our Makers Market in the gallery.
Last year tickets sold out so don't delay!
Enjoy our interactive art stations or wander the lighted park paths to enjoy the new installations for the 2022 Light Art Experience with 18 works on display.
Attend one of our workshops to create a luminary or lantern, then join us as we kick-off the festival with a community lantern walk through Webster's Woods.
Enjoy a Fire Performance by The Fractal Phase and an interactive, large scale shadow mural display in the Shadow Sail Theater, the work of light artist Heather Dawn Sparks.
Warm up in the gallery and shop for locally-made artisan gifts designed by 30+ artists in the unique and peaceful setting of the Esther Webster Gallery.
Please note the parking lot will be closed from 4:45-5PM to allow us to safely line up participants for the lantern walk.
4:45 PM- Lantern Walk Staging Begins- Join us on Lauridsen Blvd. at the entrance to the parking lot as Fractal Phase and Many Hands Drumming Group help us parade with our lanterns onto the festival grounds.
5:00 PM- Lantern Walk
5:00 PM- Arts Stations, Face-Painting, Makers Market + Food Vendors Open
5:15 PM- Fire Performance and Shadow Sail Theatre Intro in the Meadow.
6:00- 7:30 PM - Music in the Courtyard
8:00 PM- Lights out | Festival closes
WHERE TO PARK: We have space in our lot for 30 cars and there is ample parking throughout the neighborhood. Additional parking lots are available at Franklin Elementary School or at Peninsula College on Lauridsen Blvd (3-5 minute walk)
We have one accessible parking spot near on next to the Gallery and drop-offs are welcome as well for those who need assistance getting into the gallery. Check with the parking attendant on Jones Street.