Naper Lights at the Settlement

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Naper Settlement has been transformed into a winter wonderland.

Naper Lights is back for the sixth straight year, giving residents and folks from out of town, a chance to stroll through the settlement.

“It’s really nice. I really like it a lot,” said Lockport resident Robert Cipollo. “I really like how these come on and off, the streamers and that stuff. It’s really nice, I think it’s really beautiful.”

The display is a collaboration between Naper Settlement and the Naperville Sunrise Rotary.

And if you get too chilly, the nearby Christkindlmarket has plenty of warm options to keep you toasty.

“We just wanted to get a little Christmas spirit and the food is awesome so we’re eating our way through the fest and enjoying the lights,” said Amy Pilafas, a Chicago resident.

The lights come on at 4 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays and stay on until closing. Admission is free of charge, but donations to the rotary are accepted.

The Naper Lights will be shining through December 23.

Naperville News 17’s Casey Krajewski reports.