Lights of the Ozarks '21

Visitors attend the Lights of the Ozarks Lighting Night celebration at the Fayetteville Downtown Square on Nov. 19. The Fayetteville Parks and Recreation Department first launched the festival in 1993 and it has since become a hometown tradition. The in-person kickoff event returned this year after a virtual one in 2020.

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