JAMESTOWN – A light display aiming to connect the community with nature is now offering additional time slots for its visitors.
The Audubon Community Nature Center’s Audubon Lights display kicked off last week.
Since then, the group expanded appointment availability to Thursdays.
Made possible with funding from the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation and business sponsor FSC Communications, Senior Nature Educator Jeff Tome says the center’s trailside forests and ponds are decorated with over 10,000 LED lights showing off natures’ beauty.
Western New York P-TECH STEM College and Career Academy students worked with Tome to install the illuminations.
Tome says self-guided walks follows a luminary-lit trail one-third of a mile around the Nature Center.
He says face coverings are required when six feet of distance between family groups cannot be maintained. Tome also asks guests to be dressed for the weather since the exhibit happens rain or shine.
The display is now open Thursday and Saturdays from March 26 to April 10. You can book an appointment online at AudubonCNC.org.