Senske's 11th Annual Charity Holiday Light Show
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Senske’s 11th Annual Charity Holiday Light Show

December 2nd, 2013

Ask any Senske employee what their favorite time of year is and you’re sure to hear Senske’s annual holiday light show. An annual holiday tradition, Senske provides a one of a kind experience for families throughout the region with a light that is unparalleled. The added bonus is that the show is also a time to gather donations in support of Second Harvest.SenskeHolidayLightShow_2013_FacebookBanner2

The event is family driven, and strives to help families build happy Christmas memories. The show, which takes place at Senske’s corporate office in Kennewick, WA, has been taking place since 2003. The show consists of over 300,000 Christmas lights and takes almost 1,000 man hours to create. All the hard work pays off when families visit and watch the 30 minute music coordinated show.

The show doesn’t just consist of lights, but also Santa makes an appearance to take pictures with the kids, while the parents sip on hot chocolate. Through the whole show experience the goal is the same, help families enjoy Christmas together, and gather food for Second Harvest. Second Harvest helps to carry on the mission by passing out much needed food to families around our region.

Between The BunsThis year we also have the added benefit of Dutch Bros and Between the Buns offering hot chocolate and hot dogs. Proceeds from the sale of these items also go to benefit Second Harvest.dutch logo

If you haven’t had a chance to join us for our holiday light show, please make plans for you and your family this year. Let our family help yours create a memory that can last a time, while we all participate in the holiday spirit of giving. The open house runs the first two weekends of December from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

4 responses to “Senske’s 11th Annual Charity Holiday Light Show”

  1. Maya writes:

    I’m looking forward to seeing the light show this year. What is the radio channel we should turn too when watching it?

  2. Chris Davis writes:

    Maya – The light show plays on 100.1. We hope you enjoy the show.

  3. Kimm Minkler writes:

    Why is this not running on Sunday evenings too when families are together and looking for something Christmas-y to do. I can’t believe all the work that goes into this, for just four nights out of the year (Fridays and Saturdays). Have a heart Senske, add Sundays to your calendar, there are a lot of us who would love to see the show then.

  4. Chris Davis writes:


    We are not sure why the show wasn’t running on Sunday. It is supposed to run every night from 5 pm to 11 pm from now until the end of the year. We will check into this Monday morning. We hope you make it out again this year and enjoy the show. If you have any other issues feel free to send us a message at and we can give you any other information.

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