Rotary Lights only had a few more hours left for the season Tuesday evening, but the show was still going strong.

Organizers say traffic through Riverside Park to see the lights has been steady all evening, despite the cold temps. That's a trend they've seen all winter - donations to the show have crossed $90,000 this year.

On the last night of the season, organizers took a moment to thank the community and their volunteers for the support.

"The response of the public, both in food donations and monetary, has been exceptional,” said Duane Moore, a founder of the Rotary Lights. “We had a goal of how much we would take in, and tonight we will exceed the fondest expectations of the board."

Rotary Lights stayed up until 1 a.m. Wednesday. Volunteers were scheduled to begin tearing down the show bright and early tomorrow.