Kenner's Heritage Park Christmas Village
December 1 - December 31, 2023
Address: 2015 Fourth Street, Kenner, LA
Dates: Light display is open nightly / Vendors and entertainment will be present every Friday and Saturday from Dec. 1 - 23
Time: 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Each year in December, the streets and buildings in Rivertown from the railroad tracks to the river, are adorned with dazzling lights and displays. The festivities culminate in Kenner's Heritage Park, located at the center of the district and open every day and evening.
There, visitors can wander through and view the festival displays, shop local food and craft vendors, find a unique gift, take a photo with Santa, or watch a song or dance performance by community churches and school groups.
Children revel in the sudsy "snow" that blankets the park throughout the evening, and a special holiday-themed musical laser light show plays in the Kenner Planetarium theater right across the street. You're sure to catch some holiday cheer in Rivertown.
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