Riverhead Holiday Light Show's annual debut is a must-see. The title of the largest drive-thru light show in Suffolk County is legit and quite amusing. From November 18th through December 31st, witness some of the greatest light displays and music to get into the holiday groove. Tickets go fast, so claim yours online at online.
The Christmas House experience is one like no other. Walk through its 10 rooms filled with Christmas lights, sounds and holiday vibes! You better be on Santa’s nice list, because Daddy Noel will be available to snap an Instagrammable pic. The train leaves soon, so claim your ticket to the North Pole.
Community Menorah Lighting
Riverfront Park, 40 Peconic Ave., Riverhead/ Website
Hanukkah oh Hanukkah, come light the Menorah on December 18th at 5 p.m. in Riverfront Park. Temple Israel of Riverhead brings on the holiday with a socially distant, joy-filled event that will leave you with high spirits.
Sag Harbor Historical Society ushers in the holiday spirit a little differently this year. On Dec. 3 at 4 p.m., come witness the holiday home decorating contest awards ceremony, performances by the Dickens Carolers outside the Annie Cooper Boyd House and an East End history book sale. Lighted boats will set the harbor at 5:30 p.m. a post-sunset glow around the Silver Lake Harbor. This holiday celebration will be one for the books!
Herrick Park, 67 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, Website
There have been drive-thru movies, restaurants, and more, but Chabad presents the ultimate drive-thru, Hanukkah style! Join Chabad for the ultimate festival of lights at Herrick Park at 4 p.m. Reserve a menorah to be on top of your car for the best drive-thru swagger yet. On Dec. 15th at 4:30 p.m. Get ready to honk if you love Hanukkah.