Above: Representatives from the Marine Corps Toys for Tots Foundation with a few
of the 1,573 toys collected at the 21st annual Christmas in the Night Time Skies.
Above: Enjoying the fireworks display at the 21st annual Christmas in the Night Time Skies.
The night time skies over the Bannock County Fairgrounds lit up on November 26 when Christmas in the Night Time Skies returned with its 21st annual holiday fireworks display. The event will also help light up the faces of less fortunate children in our community on Christmas morning by giving them what will be in many cases the only gift they will receive.
Admission to the event – which also featured Santa Claus, bonfires, hot chocolate, chili, and hot dogs – was one or more toy(s) per family. This year, 1,573 toys – over 300 more than last year – were collected. The Marine Corps Toys for Tots foundation will distribute the toys.
Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company of Idaho has been a proud sponsor of Christmas in the Night Time Skies since 1996.