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Prestonwood Forest proudly welcomes hundreds of visitors every year to share in our neighborhood’s Christmas spirit and holiday decorations. This year, our Nite of Lites event officially begins December 8th and ends on December 30th, 2012. The residents compete for prizes generously donated by our local vendors in the following categories: Best House, Best Lamp Post, Best Mailbox, Best Block, Best Cul-de-Sac and Runner-Up Block. Prestonwood Forest wants every visitor to have the best time possible but would like to remind our visitors of the following:

DO’s
1. Have fun!
2. Lights are on all days during the Nite of Lites events until 10pm on weekdays and until 11pm on weekends;
3. Please respect our residents and allow them access in and out of their driveways;
4. KEEP YOUR VEHICLE LIGHTS ON;
5. Remember to make a bathroom stop before beginning your tour to enjoy the lights;
6. Visit both sections of our neighborhood (see PWF map);
7. Be patient and courteous to other visitors;
8. Use caution when reversing your vehicle;
9. Feel free to say “Merry Christmas” and “your house looks great” to homeowners who are outside enjoying the event;
10. Have fun!


DON’Ts

1. Drive with your vehicle lights off;
2. Let your children hang out of your vehicle;
3. Enter our residents’ yards without permission;
4. Think bushes or trees are public bathrooms;
5. Throw trash in the streets or yards;
6. Tamper, adjust or move decorations;
7. Take a souvenir out of our residents’ yards;
8. Feed the bears (ok, maybe you don’t have to worry about this).

**Tips**
1. Drive through during the week, if possible. Traffic is the heaviest during the weekend.
2. If driving through during the weekend, start at the back of the subdivision off Hargrave Road. (See map).

Please remember that our residents have spent endless hours decorating and preparing their house and yard for your enjoyment. We want you to have a great time but please, be safe, respect the residents and your fellow revelers.

Merry Christmas to all and to all a good Nite of Lites!

 
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