Girl Scouts Holiday Light Show extended

Due to popular demand, the Girl Scouts of Suffolk County Holiday Light Show has been extended another week from December 26th until December 30th.

This extension is a testament to how successful this show has been with over ten thousand people coming out to the wonderful Smith Point County Park to enjoy this new tradition while supporting the Girl Scouts of Suffolk County!

After 13 successful years, this festive event has become a staple of family fun and community togetherness during the holiday season. On behalf of Suffolk County, we wish you and your family a safe and wonderful holiday season and encourage you to attend this wonderful event if you haven’t done so already.

Girl Scouts of Suffolk County and Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone are thrilled to announce the all-new location for Girl Scouts’ Holiday Light Show at Smith Point County Park, in Shirley, NY, in 2016. Now in its 13th dazzling year, Long Island’s favorite drive-through light show promises even more lights, more displays and more festive family fun.

Cost is $20 per car. Tickets will be sold at the gate only–no cash, no presales.

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