Hayride added to DM event

The 15th annual Holiday of Lights will include a new Holiday Hayride, offered on Friday nights, Nov. 27 and Dec. 4, 11 and 18 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The Holiday of Lights kicks off on Thanksgiving night and runs through Jan. 3. It features more than 400 lighted animated scenes along the 1.5 miles of the Del Mar Racetrack.

The hayride includes hot chocolate or cider and a cookie. Carolers will sing along the route and there will be marshmallow roasting at fire pits before the hayride. Santa’s Pub and Piano Bar will also be open.

The Holiday of Lights will also include past favorites, such as Toyland, Candy Cane Lane, Treasures by the Lake and Elves at Play.

The Holiday of Lights runs through Jan. 3. Visit www.holidayoflights.com.

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