Reynolds Farm Equipment donating Christmas lights display to Conner Prairie

Reynolds Farm Equipment is donating its lights display to Conner Prairie. (Reynolds Farm Equipment)

FISHERS, Ind. (WTHR) — Reynolds Farm Equipment will be ending its annual Christmas light display by donating it to Conner Prairie.

"Winter is always a special time at Conner Prairie thanks to our 40 year plus tradition of holiday festivities," said Norman Burns, President, and CEO at Conner Prairie. "This year it will be even more so as we bring new experiences to the holiday season and carry on a time-honored family tradition by displaying the Reynolds Christmas lights donated by Gary Reynolds and his family across the grounds as part of the new A Merry Prairie Holiday Festival."

The light display will be part of the Merry Prairie Holiday Festival.

"Our Christmas light display was born out my father's love for Christmas and our community," said Gary Reynolds, owner and chairman of Reynolds Farm Equipment. "Transitioning our Christmas lights display to Conner Prairie ensures this tradition of celebrating Christmas with lights continue as part of Conner Prairie's new A Merry Prairie Holiday festival."

The lights will debut on November 29 and will run through December 31.

Other events include:

  • Journey around Clowes Common where you will find holiday treats and eats, artisans working on their seasonal crafts, and special photo ops.
  • Visit the North Pole Village.
  • Enjoy local entertainers and musicians performing throughout the evening on Blitzen’s Bandstand while you enjoy some fresh, warm holiday treats and beverages, under the glow of holiday lights on the Conner House and Animal Encounters Barn.
  • Visit Prairietown where you will be wrapped in the warmth of Holidays through History:
  • Climb aboard the Winterland Wagon Ride across Conner Prairie’s Historic Grounds through thousands of twinkling lights.