A snow machine will be on hand, and Santa’s sleigh will be set up for photos. Also, live music will be provided by Meadow Makers from 6-8 p.m.
Tables are spaced out under lighted, heated tents for groups of two, four or six. Guests are asked to wear masks until seated, and hand sanitizer will be available upon entry. Also, Experience Fayetteville staff will be on hand to sanitize tables between use.
Staff can also provide food and drink suggestions, and a bike valet will be available. The Lights of the Ozarks will be taking place nearby on the Historic Downtown Square.
Fayetteville’s ORA enables guests 21 and older to carry and consume alcoholic beverages in designated cups within the boundary of the district. Participants must be wearing an official ORA wristband, which are provided at partner establishments within the district.