WOODSTOCK — Christmas light displays are brightening Hobgood Park in Woodstock for a good cause at the Holiday Lights of Hope.

The walk-through display, which organizers have said has over two million lights, benefits the Anna Crawford Children's Center, which works to prevent child abuse and neglect, and supports children who have been affected by abuse. The display is open every night through Dec. 23 at Hobgood Park, 6688 Bells Ferry Rd. in Woodstock. Admission is free for kids ages 14 and under, and all others are $10 per person. Cash or card is accepted, according to the website.

For more information, visit holidaylightsofhope.com.

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