For 11 years running, Celebrate The Season has brought families and the community together. This year, it returns once again to bring warmth and the fun of the holiday season to the Lowcountry. And while you’re making memories, seeing the lights, and shopping with local vendors, you’ll also be helping your neighbors in need.
See the Christmas lights with Celebrate The Season in Moncks Corner
In its tenth year, Celebrate The Season was primed to fly past the $1-million mark in funds raised to support Berkeley County-area charitable organizations. With a plan developed specifically to keep volunteers and attendees safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the show will indeed go on, highlighted by the Holiday Lights Driving Tour, a mile-long beacon of brilliance that is expected to attract 30,000 visitors.
Celebrate the Season helps those in need at Old Santee Canal Park
Santee Cooper is offering Lowcountry residents three distinct ways to enjoy the holiday season and help those in need – and at the same time display the power of renewable energy sources.
Celebrate the Season is Back
Santee Cooper’s Celebrate the Season, the monthlong charitable holiday festival, is back with all the splendor and cheer guests have come to expect. Presented by Berkeley Electric Cooperative, the colorful Holiday Lights Driving Tour and accompanying Weekend Holiday Fairs are affordable, wholesome fun for the entire family.
5 Reasons to Attend Santee Cooper’s Celebrate The Season in 2017
It’s time to get festive again for the holidays, and Santee Cooper’s Celebrate the Season, presented by Berkeley Electric Cooperative, is the perfect occasion to do just that. Located in Moncks Corner and serving everyone in Berkeley County and beyond, this annual holiday festival goes on throughout the entire month of December and involves must-sees for the entire family.
Make a New Holiday Tradition and ‘Celebrate The Season’
Christmas carols are playing from every station on the radio. Everywhere you go, you hear Salvation Army bells ringing. And you find yourself mentally cataloging your cousins so that no one is left off your shopping list.