The Tree of Light will brighten the Dayton skyline once again as Carillon Historical Park kicks off the holiday season.
Photo credit: The Moody Views
Towering 200-feet in the air, and circling around the historical bell tower, the Carillon Tree of Light will brighten the Dayton skyline once again with the first lighting of the season on November 23. There will be no official countdown or lighting ceremony for 2021.
Believed to be Ohio's largest tree of light, and made possible through the generosity of Carillon Park members Connie and John Taylor, each year, "Connie Taylor's Tree" will shine through New Year's Day.
The lighting will kick-off a month of seasonal programming as Carillon Historical Park is turned into a winter wonderland of lights, music, food, and family fun for "A Carillon Christmas"!
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