The City of Round Rock is excited to offer “Twas the Night Before Christmas” storyboards in Old Settlers Park on display from December 15 through the holidays. The storyboards tell the tale of a Texas-style Christmas Eve. The storyboards will be on display in Round Rock’s Old Settlers Park from December 15 to January 1.
"We invite everyone out to Old Settlers Park to drive through and enjoy our newest addition for the holidays," Parks and Recreation Director Rick Atkins said. "The storyboards are the beginning of future holiday displays at Old Settlers Park."
Guests may enter the park at the intersection of Harrell Parkway and Highway 79 and read the boards which are along the soccer fields.
The City has a Christmas light display downtown with lights all along Main Street on giant Christmas wreaths and lights on the gazebo. New for 2007, the City has lit the famous Round Rock water tower with more than 5000 lights and a giant 12 foot star shines on the tower.
Park hours are from 8 am to midnight. The best time to see the storyboards is after 7 pm. Guests can drive along the park road and view the boards from the comfort of their own cars. For more information, call Round Rock Parks and Recreation at 512-218-5540.