Christmas Tyme Lights Review

Olivia Figg, Print staff

   Keeping the COVID-19 pandemic in mind, Harvest Tyme Pumpkin Patch in Lowell, Indiana, opened up a half-mile Christmas light drive-through experience. Since many outdoor group activities are shut down this christmas season because of social distancing rules, families can enjoy lights from the safety of their own car. 

   I particularly enjoyed this event because the lights were advanced and well put together. Each few yards introduced a new light display, which kept my interest the entire ride. Tunnels of lights were featured as well as signs reading “joy,” for example. Assuming that each car had access to a radio, all cars could dial into the Christmas radio station and the displays coordinated with each song. I enjoyed this because it made the experience really come together.

   The customer service was exponential, and the workers kept everything organized and running smoothly. With clear lines to follow, and easy-to-understand instructions, the light show went without a hitch. Hot chocolate and cookies were also available to purchase which was nice to have being offered to guests. 

   Overall, this was a great experience and I would recommend it to anyone. If you are looking for a fun activity to do with your friends and family this holiday season, the Harvest Tyme Christmas Light show would be just that.