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Christmas in Clark County, Indiana

Southern Indiana is filled with Christmas events for the whole family and these are some of the ones you should not miss.

Charlestown in Clark County is holding their annual Christmas Lights Display. But it’s not just any lights display. This one is billed as Indiana’s best Christmas light display. They hooked up more than 200,000 lights, and they’re all controlled by a computer system, along with sound and animations to really make the magic happen.

Sanders Family Christmas Photo

The Sanders Family Christmas is at the Derby Dinner Playhouse in Clarksville

There is also a nearby park with a covered bridge and gigantic trees, just perfect for photo opportunities, a crisp winter walk, and a chance to enjoy a peaceful winter night. There are also carriage rides, refreshments and entertainment most nights. Call 812.256.3422 for more information.

The Joe Huber Family Farm & Restaurant in Starlight is featuring their show, “Blue Christmas: A Holiday Salute to the King,” featuring Robert Shaw and the Lonely Street Band. This show runs one night only, on Saturday, December 17th, so if you’re an Elvis fan, you truly don’t want to miss this one. A country style buffet dinner is served. Starlight is 22 miles north of Louisville, KY, in Clark County, and Joe Huber’s is at 2421 Engle Road. Call 812.923.5255 for more information.

The Sanders Family Christmas is happening at the Derby Dinner Playhouse from Now through December 31. The Sanders Family Singers will gather and perform an entire concert of holiday songs and vintage hymns, as well as tell several Christmas stories. Their songs will include”Angels We Have Heard On High,” “I Wonder As I Wander,” “Beautiful Star of Bethlehem,” “Go Tell It On The Mountain,” and “Away In A Manger.” The Derby Dinner Playhouse is at 525 Marriott Drive in Clarksville, just north of Louisville. For more information and tickets, call 877.898.8577.

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