Drive through nine miles of themed residential light displays through the gated community.
Monetary donations can be dropped off at the gate, and benefit CASA.
For more information, contact Christmas Lake Village at (812) 544-2234.
This event is part of the Santa Claus Christmas Celebration, a town-wide celebration spanning the first three weekends of December.
Saturday, Dec 9, 2017 — 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Saturday, Dec 16, 2017 — 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Admission fee: Free, monetary and canned food donations are accepted
Christmas Lake Village
193 South Louis J. Koch Boulevard, Santa Claus, IN 47579
Olivia Morris was crowned the Spencer County Fair Queen and Abby Hervey was crowned the Miss Teen Spencer county Sunday night at a scholarship pageant held at Heritage Hills High School.
The queen and miss teen will reign over the Spencer County fair which starts this Wednesday.
The 2015 Spencer County fair queen, Olivia Morris is the 19 year old daughter of Tom and Valerie Lange and Chip and Brenda Morris. She resides in Santa Claus and is a sophomore at the University of Evansville.
The 2015 miss teen, Abby Hervey is the 16 year old daughter of Stephanie and Jared Sattler, Tim and Angie hill, and James Hervey. She resides in Mariah Hill and is a junior at Heritage Hills High School.
Abby Hervey’s escort, Ryhlynn Seneff was selected at the best escort of the evening.
The first runner up Miss Spencer County was Sara Hagedorn of Lamar and second runner up Miss Spencer County was Shelby Krutz of Evanston.
The first runner Miss Teen Spencer county was Haley Begle of Fulda and second runner up Miss Teen was Tapanga Gerlach of troy.
Haley Begle was also the winner of the Holiday World Splashin’ Safari Spirit Award Winner.
Miss Photogenic was Mariah Burdin of Gentryville and Tiffany Gish of Rockport was awarded Miss Congeniality, Mental Attitude, and Best Interview.
WHERE: Schergens Center
WHEN: 6:30 p.m. every Monday
Everybody’s in Tell City and Perry County Wellness sponsor Zumba classes at the Schergens Center at 6:30 p.m. every Monday. There is a fee of $3 per class or $12 for five sessions. Perry County students are admitted to classes for free. Those attending are asked to wear athletic shoes, bring a towel and water, and to arrive a few minutes early to sign in. Elementary children attending must be accompanied by an adult.