ATTLEBORO, Mass. (WPRI) – More than 300,000 lights are shining brightly as LaSalette kicks of another holiday season.
The annual festival of lights began on Thanksgiving Night at the LaSalette Shrine in Attleboro.
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Each year, the holiday attraction draws thousands of people with its several acres of lights.
One family says the trip is part of their Thanksgiving tradition, "We have three generations here tonight; we have been coming here since I was a little kid. I love it," said shrine visitor Dawn Pincince.
The festival of lights is free, and runs through New Years eve.
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