Riverside Park is being transformed into a holiday wonderland.
Set-up for Rotary Lights started a week ago. When complete, more than two and a half million lights will adorn the park.
There will also be displays like a Santa house and world peace globe.
So far, the entrance tower is complete and they are close to completing the ice castle. But the big push comes Saturday, when 70 volunteers will bring all the lights and equipment from the warehouse.
"We probably spend a good three weeks with our high lifts and putting the lights up in the trees and that's basically a seven day a week project, and then rest of the time is spent getting the lower parts of the tree done and our candy canes and those types of things done," Rotary Lights Secretary Larry Peterson.
Peterson says that sometimes they cut it close, but they are confident they will be ready for opening day which is the day after Thanksgiving.
Once again, they are collecting food donations that will benefit local food shelves.