Night of Lights
Chestnut Hill Conservancy, the educational center and advocate organization for the appreciation and preservation of the architecture, open space, and history of Chestnut Hill and the surrounding communities, is thrilled to announce that it’s much-loved Night of Lights returns to Chestnut Hill on Friday, October 6, for a nine-evening run—this year’s event will spotlight Germantown Avenue between Willow Grove Avenue and Bethlehem Pike.
Night of Lights will again transform Chestnut Hill’s main street into a vibrant nightly streetscape exhibition of local histories and illuminated architecture, projecting archival images from the Conservancy’s and other archives through eight storefront windows. Colorful lights will highlight neighboring historic buildings and often overlooked architectural features.
Participating businesses and restaurants will also offer extended hours during the exhibition for attendees to enjoy. Festivities will include storytelling, music, and family-friendly interactive activities on opening night.