Festival of Lights organizers said those who haven’t yet been able to get out to see the display yet still have some time.
Organizers said January 1 is the last day the display will be open.
Designed to replace the Avenue of Lights tradition that ended in 2014, organizers said the event attracted around 13,000 people this year.
“We had a chance to restore the family tradition of being able to see the Christmas display here in Quincy. It’s been extremely humbling for us here to have had the opportunity to see the excitement in everyone that’s coming through,” Festival of Lights president Eric Dooley said.
The light display is at Wavering/Moorman park in Quincy.
Organizers said the display will be open 5:00 to 10:00 p.m. on Sunday and from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. until January 1.