Bear Creek Winery Garden of Lights celebrates 5th year

Bear Creek Winery Garden of Lights celebrates 5th year

Snow may be scarce on the ground, but holiday cheer still abounds at the annual Garden of Lights at Bear Creek Winery in Kachemak City.

Now in its fifth year, the Garden of Lights opens the winery up to the public both on the grounds and inside the winery and gift shop on Bear Creek Drive. Attendees can stroll along the garden paths taking in the light display set up by staff and enjoying carols sung by groups including the Homer Swing Choir.

Also available is hot chocolate and a fire to help people stay warm. The event saw nearly 1,500 people come through last year, according to a press release from Bear Creek Winery.

The public has two more chances to get out and see the lights, from 5-7 p.m. this Friday and Saturday at the winery.

Reach Megan Pacer at mpacer@homernews.com.

Bear Creek Winery Garden of Lights celebrates 5th year
Bear Creek Winery Garden of Lights celebrates 5th year
Bear Creek Winery Garden of Lights celebrates 5th year
Bear Creek Winery Garden of Lights celebrates 5th year
Bear Creek Winery Garden of Lights celebrates 5th year
Bear Creek Winery Garden of Lights celebrates 5th year
Bear Creek Winery Garden of Lights celebrates 5th year

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