Image: Attendees at Saturday’s Christmas in Cotter will be able to pick up a free Christmas face mask, like the one the conductor is wearing.
A group of folks in Cotter led by a belief that a little joy can go a long way have put the town on the White River in lights this Christmas season — a whole bunch of lights.
Christmas in Cotter is a one-evening festival set for Saturday. Mayor George “Mac” Caradine says this is the second year for Christmas in Cotter at Big Spring Park.
Mayor Caradine says the city’s plan for Saturday’s Christmas in Cotter event was submitted to the Arkansas Department of Health for approval, and the coronavirus impacted the layout for the festival.
But city officials, the fire department auxiliary, the Saturday Club and the Cotter-Gassville Chamber of Commerce extend an invitation to tour the lights all month long.
Caradine says the City of Cotter has been accepted to join the Arkansas 2020 “Trail of Holiday Lights.”
Mayor Caradine invites those across the Twin Lakes Area to enjoy the lights of Big Spring Park, as well as numerous homes decorated for the holidays.
Judging for the house decorating contest will be conducted Wednesday. State Rep. Jack Fortner and Gassville Mayor Jeff Braim will serve as judges for the competition. Winners of the contest will be announced Saturday at the Christmas in Cotter event.
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