Senske light display turns on this weekend in Kennewick
KENNEWICK, Wash. — Starting Sunday, Dec. 1, families can enjoy a Kennewick holiday display featuring over 500,000 lights choreographed to music.
The 17th annual light show held at Senske headquarters, located at 400 N. Quay, will run nightly throughout the entire month of December. Crews have been setting up since October.
“We do it for the community and to raise donations for 2nd Harvest,” said Becca Presley, director of marketing and communications for Senske. “It’s just something we’ve done for a long time, and it’s really fun.”
Donation drop boxes will be available to collect non-perishable food items and cash or checks for 2nd Harvest. Each year the event has raised enough cash and food to provide over 3,000 meals.
Visitors can walk around the site or enjoy the show from the warmth of their car by tuning in to 90.3. There will be selfie stations setup to captures photos with friends and family, and letters to Santa can be mailed in an official North Pole mailbox.
Presley said it takes about 1,500 man-hours to put on the show.
The 40-minute show runs nightly from 5 p.m. to midnight.