The Peninsula Center Mall merchants are presenting their First Annual Holiday Light Spectacular! This is a free event focused on helping families spend time together watching the lights move with the music.


Monday – Thursday 4pm – 7:30pm and feature the following music:

Rockin Around the Christmas Tree by Brenda Lee

Sleigh Ride by Johnny Mathis

Carol of the Bells by David Foster

You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch by Thurl Ravenscroft

Holly Jolly Christmas by Burl Ives

Mele Kalikimaka by Jimmy Buffet

Feliz Naviadad by Jose Feliciano

Home for the Holidays by Carpenters

We Need a Little Christmas by Percy Faith

Queen of the Winter Night by Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Last Christmas by Wham!

Little Saint Nick by Beach Boys

Friday 4pm – 7:30pm, Saturday 2pm – 6:30pm and Sunday 2pm – 5:30pm and feature the following music:

Christmas Canon by Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Christmas Vacation by Mavis Staples

I Want a Hippo…for Christmas by Christmas for Kids

Carol of the Bells by Monique Danielle

The Chipmunk Song by Alvin & the Chipmunks

Christmas Eve Sarajevo by Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Linus and Lucy by Mark Theis

Mad Russian Christmas by Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Hazy Shade of Christmas by The Bangles

Wish List by Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Frosty the Snowman by Jimmy Durante

I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Clause by John Cougar Mellencamp

Santa is also coming to the Peninsula Center Mall beginning November 29th he will be at the mall every Friday and Saturday from 5:30pm – 7:30pm and every Sunday from 2pm – 4pm. Pictures with Santa can be purchased for $5 with proceeds to go to “Honor and Remember”, a charity to establish a tangible National Symbol of gratitude as a visible reminder to all Americans; perpetually recognizing the sacrifice of our Military Fallen Heroes and their families.


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