LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - Those in the festive spirit had a great weekend to visit La Crosse's Rotary Lights display.
The weather cooperated over the weekend, offering nearly 40-degree temperatures on Saturday for walkers.
The Rotary Club is also seeing a good amount of donations through the display this year. Rotary Club officials say the new displays are really helping bring out more people this year.
"It's fun to watch people walk through the Walking Tunnel that's over there that's put up. We see them go through once and then they back up and go through it again and then the kids start dancing in it to the music and the lights,” said Rotary Lights President Pat Stephens.
If you would like to see the annual Rotary Lights Display, they will remain up until New Year's Eve. The hay rides through the lights end Tuesday night.
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