The 2019 Fairfax Fair Queen Gena Mitchell switches the lights on at the Fairfax Light Night event in the City Park Saturday, November 30, 2019.

The magic tree (Jay Smith family) earned first place in the Fairfax Light Night park display contest.

Lots of good little girls and boys were able to visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus at the Fairfax Light Night event in the City Park Saturday, November 30, 2019.

Prizes were handed out to lucky winners at the Fairfax Light Night event in the City Park Saturday, November 30, 2019.

Rays’ Dairy Diner won first place in the Fairfax Light Night business/Main Street light display contest.

The Fairfax Methodist Church’s Nativity scene in the Fairfax City Park placed second in the park display contest.

The countdown to Christmas display (in memory of Tom Miller) in the Fairfax City Park placed third in the park display contest.

Fairfax Light Night at the Fairfax City Park on Saturday, November 30, 2019, lit up the night with Christmas lights and filled the air with holiday glee. The shelter house was full of kids eager to see Santa and Mrs. Claus and to watch Fairfax Fair 2019 Queen Gena Mitchell turn on the lights. Lots of presents were also handed out to lucky winners.

Speaking of winners, those who set up Christmas displays throughout the park were entered into a contest. The park display winners were: 1st – magic tree (Jay Smith family); 2nd – nativity  (Fairfax Methodist Church); and 3rd – countdown in memory of Tom Miller (Miller family). The business/Main Street light winners were: 1st – Rays’ Dairy Diner; 2nd – Fairfax Agency (Bob Alldredge); and 3rd – Fertilizer Service Co./Depot (Logan Pyeatt).