Elf Night returns to Tallahassee, bringing the community together

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) – Night of the Elves is back in Tallahassee: The city-sponsored event showcased thousands of lights and stations for families to enjoy

Hundreds of people gathered at Dorothy B. Oven Park to enjoy one of the must-sees of the Tallahassee holiday season.

“Free cookies are amazing. The hot chocolate is amazing, the lights are amazing. I love you Santa Claus!

Elf Night means magical lights and fun for all, making it a true Tallahassee staple.

“When we do things like this it’s really nice and it brings the city together and it’s just amazing,” said Amber Gray, a resident of Tallahassee.

“The lights are pretty cool. It’s pretty cool how they do this for the community and how it helps everyone get in for free and let the kids meet the snowman and the surf guy or whatever his name is, ”said Silas Latimer, a resident of Tallahassee. “I wish Santa had been here, I couldn’t wait to tell him to give me a new kart and a new Xbox.”

“The lights are pretty cool. It’s pretty cool how they do this for the community and how it helps everyone get in for free and let the kids meet the snowman and the surf guy or whatever his name is, ”said Silas Latimer, a resident of Tallahassee. “I wish Santa had been here, I couldn’t wait to tell him to give me a new kart and an Xbox.”

But in the middle of the interview, Santa Claus introduced himself, which was a pleasant surprise for everyone.

“Ohhhhhh nice! It’s really cool how Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus come out, ”exclaimed Latimer.

Elf Night turned out to be a night of escape from everyday life.

“There’s a lot of crazy stuff going on right now and it’s just good to see that everyone can come together and just be with each other and be together and you know it’s just cool,” explained Gray. “You know we have our pets, our kids, it’s amazing. It couldn’t be better than that.

And with just nine days of Christmas, residents say Elf Night was the perfect way to get in the mood.

If you missed Elven Night on Thursday, you can still watch the Holiday Light Show at Dorothy B Oven Park weekdays 6 to 11 p.m. and weekends from 5:30 to 11 p.m. until the day of the year

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