LEWISBURG (WVDN) – Christmas at the Fair, the State Fair of West Virginia’s drive-thru light show, will remain open to the public on Dec. 22 and 23. However, due to the threat of potential weather and freezing temperatures, the display will now be open from 5:30-8 p.m.
“We have had a wonderful run with this year’s Christmas at the Fair display and could not be more thankful for those who have visited,” State Fair CEO Kelly Collins stated. “After looking at the weather forecast, we’ve decided to shift our hours just a bit for the safety of our employees and those driving to see us.”
Christmas at the Fair is available to the public for donations only and begins at the livestock gate on 219 North just past the horse barns. Patrons are asked to follow traffic patterns and turn off headlights when driving through the show. Mobile donations are accepted via Paypal at https://bit.ly/3oj0sMi.
Major sponsors for this event include Lost World Caverns, United Sound and Equipment, Leslie Equipment, Safe and Sound Security Systems, Greenbrier Physicians, Martin and Jones, Red Oaks Shopping Center, Gayle Mason CPA, Meadows & Wilson Family Dentistry, David. M. Moore Real Estate Law, City National Bank, Barbara Hamilton Ford, Greenbrier Valley Airport, Magic Computer, Knight Henderson – The Henderson Group Representing American National Insurance, SkyCamWV, and several individual donors.
For more information and a full calendar of events, visit www.statefairofwv.com/christmas-at-the-fair. Follow the State Fair of West Virginia on Facebook @statefairofwv, Instagram @statefairofwestvirginia, TikTok @statefairofwv, and Twitter @SFWV.