Let There Be Light

November 19 – January 5

Thanksgiving Point’s tradition of glamorous lights glazing the Ashton Gardens continues for its third year. A 120-foot tree acts as the focal point of the mile-long walk through this Lehi winter wonderland. The Gardens become the home of stunning light displays, elaborate gingerbread houses, live reindeer, fire pits and a field of luminaries programmed to music. With a blanket of snow and classy lanterns, the Light the World sculpture garden with scenes from Christ’s life brings the real meaning of Christmas to light.


All is Calm

November 29 – December 3

A live re-creation of Christ’s birth, complete with camels, horses and Roman soldiers come to Alpine each year. Visitors to Alpine/Bethlehem envision what it was like on the night of Christ’s birth. Tickets can be purchased online for the evening shows or Saturday matinee. The nativity was first started to honor a mother taken by cancer, and proceeds are donated to the Huntsman Cancer Institute and other charities.

Do You Hear What I Hear?

November 30 – December 1

Said the magazine to the Utah Valley reader, a star (or two) is coming to the Covey Center for the Arts in Provo. Dallyn Vail Bayles, Mindy Smoot Robbins, the Utah Valley Symphony and others star in the Light Up Christmas concert. Tickets range from $12-18.


‘The Worst Kids in the History of the World’

November 30 – December 15

Those pesky Herdman children are coming to the SCERA stage this Christmas. “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” tells the story of the rough-and-tumble family’s journey to find the real meaning of Christmas.

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