ORLANDO, Fla. — Give Kids The World Village in Kissimmee is a “magical place” dedicated to children with critical illnesses and their families.
For the first time in their 35 year history, the public will be allowed inside to witness some of that magic. Stacey Haines shared her son Gavin’s story, as they have returned to volunteer and help get the village ready for it’s upcoming Night of a Million Lights.
At the Night of a Million Lights, guests can experience the childlike wonder of our magical, whimsical Village during a walk-through, fully immersive holiday light spectacular. Stroll the Avenue of Angels, aglow with more than three million lights; savor delicious treats; and enjoy the accessible rides and storybook attractions that have brought happiness and hope to critically ill children and their families from around the world.
The event is taking place November 14th - January 3rd at Give Kids the World in Kissimmee from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily, with staggered entry times to promote social distancing. Mask wearing will be required for all guests.
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