The 23rd annual Rotary Lights — which features more than 4 million lights — is open daily through Jan. 1. Admission is free, although the stated mission of Rotary Lights Inc. is to “feed the hungry of the Coulee Region," so those who tour the display are asked to donate canned goods and other nonperishable food items. Rotary Lights also accepts monetary donations. For more information and the full schedule of activities and entertainment, visit the Rotary Lights website.
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