Festival of Lights

Festival of Lights highlights

Auburn's annual Festival of Lights Parade draws between 15,000 and 20,000 people to Downtown to watch 100 lighted entries cruise by. Catch highlights of this year's event, includi ...

Auburn gets glowing

Black Friday may have seen thousands flock to stores, willing to fight tooth and nail for that good deal, but Auburn residents know the Christmas season doesn’t officially start ...

Another View: Time to review ‘slush funds’ and supervisor pay

The issue of the legality and appropriateness of the use of taxpayer funds to support community non-profit events by local public officials has been an ongoing discussion for the p ...

Best events are not-for-profit

I was saddened to see that the Auburn Home Shows won as the Best Auburn Event (Journal, July 15-16). While this is a nice exposition and is good for the vendors and visitors alike ...

Chamber welcomes new president at annual dinner

The first address by the new president of the Auburn Chamber of Commerce was met with mixed emotions. Holding up signs saying both “It’s torture” and “We believe,” abou ...

Commitment closed Elks’ lot

In your Dec. 8 editorial, “Our View: Parade of Lights a wonderful event easily made better,” you commented on: “The Elks Lodge on Pine Street had plenty of parking available, ...

Get ready for a month of holiday fun

Auburn does quite a good job of decking the halls with plenty of holiday cheer. Grab your calendar and mark down a few dates. Dec. 4 There is no better way to kick off the holid ...

Festival of Lights to illuminate Downtown Auburn

In case you were wondering, Auburn’s holiday season officially starts Saturday night. Christmas cheer kicks into high gear with the Festival of Lights parade, which takes over ...

Oh what a festive night

Christmas time is (almost) here. As the first weekend of December approaches, volunteers and organizers are gearing up for the annual Festival of Lights parade in Downtown Auburn ...

Festival of Lights Parade

It’s a tradition that brings friends and family together and it’s only 22 days away. Auburn’s Festival of Lights Parade will start at 5:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 6, with Dec. ...