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‘Starry Nights’ still shining

The “Starry Nights” display at Shelby Farms Park, which is open for two more nights this week, has lighted images that include traditional holiday scenes and more imaginative fare, such as this prancing unicorn seen in daylight hours. Photo by Scott Steele.

The “Starry Nights” display at Shelby Farms Park, which is open for two more nights this week, has lighted images that include traditional holiday scenes and more imaginative fare, such as this prancing unicorn seen in daylight hours. Photo by Scott Steele.

For those too busy during the rush to Christmas to enjoy a leisurely drive through Shelby Farms Park in Memphis, the Mid-South’s largest holiday light show and festival on the property, Starry Nights, will remain open for two more evenings. Hours are 6-9 p.m. tonight and 6-10 p.m. Saturday night.

Starry Nights attracts more than 100,000 visitors annually to view the massive drive-through display of twinkling holiday lights, cozy campfires and visits with Santa. Fees of $15 and up apply, depending on the guest’s Park membership status and size of vehicle. See details at shelbyfarmspark.org.

Mistletoe Village will remain open at the park during Starry Nights, too, offering artisans’ work for sale, snacks, music and photo opportunities.

Shelby Farms also will have a Mystery Hike at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. Dec. 29: Meet at the front desk of the First Tennessee Foundation Visitor Center and use clues to discover who ate Santa’s cookies. See more details at shelbyfarmspark.org.

Mistletoe Village is still operating at Shelby Farms Park while the Starry Nights holiday lights display remains open. From left are Bob Buntyn standing in as Santa, Ashley Even, Courtney Peppers and Elizabeth Desantis. Photo by Scott Steele.

Mistletoe Village is still operating at Shelby Farms Park while the Starry Nights holiday lights display remains open. From left are Bob Buntyn standing in as Santa, Ashley Even, Courtney Peppers and Elizabeth Desantis. Photo by Scott Steele.

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