Onondaga County Parks' Lights on the Lake ended its annual run on a high note Sunday Jan. 10. A total of 36,413 vehicles, the second highest number in the history of the show, drove through the two-mile extravaganza.
Only the 2001-02 edition of the show had a slightly higher turnout of 36,922. More than 180,000 people experienced holiday festivities along the lake this year with the opening night Lights Stroll and the inaugural Lights Dog Walk. The dog walk will make a repeat appearance by popular demand for the next season of Lights on the Lake.
Dates for the 2010-11 Lights on the Lake:
Lights on the Lake Stroll -- Monday Nov. 22
Lights on the Lake Dog Walk -- Tuesday Nov. 23
Drive-thru the lake - Wednesday Nov. 24 through Sunday Jan. 9, 2011.
For more information, call Onondaga Lake Park at 453-6712.