28th Year of Reading’s Christmas on the Mountain

Now in its 28th year Reading’s Christmas on the Mountain has doubled in size featuring over 1 million lights. Located at the Hillside Playground on North 14th Street in Reading, the light display has grown in size since 2015 thanks to Savage 61 General Manager Tim Profit.

The display is completely free to enter, now featuring power saving led lights, inflatables and decorations along with Santa’s workshop. The Reading High School Marine Corps JROTC continue to be committed to the setup and ongoing operational manpower of the display with over 600 cadets. It took the cadets and the volunteers a little over a month starting in November to setup the lights and decorations.

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Plenty to do with the family. If your hungry stop over to the snack shack for a quick bite, bring your camera for quick snapshot with Frozen (the movie) characters, or visit the north pole to see the big man himself.

Reading’s Christmas on the Mountain is open for its final weekend December 21-23rd, 5-10pm. Admission and parking are free (donation boxes are located throughout the display).

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