Falls a aglow


Mike Ullery | Daily Call The Miami County Park District welcomed visitors to their annual one-night event of lighting the falls at Charleston Falls Preserve. A sold-out crowd walked the paths, lit by candles, viewed the spectacular lighting, visited with Santa Claus and enjoyed a cup of hot chocolate.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call The Miami County Park District welcomed visitors to their annual one-night event of lighting the falls at Charleston Falls Preserve. A sold-out crowd walked the paths, lit by candles, viewed the spectacular lighting, visited with Santa Claus and enjoyed a cup of hot chocolate.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Charleston Falls was lit for visitors during the annual one-night event hosted by the Miami County Park District.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call John DeBoer of the Miami County Park District entertains visitors to Charleston Falls with his flute on Dec. 3.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Park District volunteers serve hot chocolate, coffee and snacks to visitors at Charleston Falls on Dec. 3.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Although low water levels kept the falls from flowing, the stunning lighting was a huge hit with those who made the trek back to the falls at Charleston Falls Preserve on Dec. 3.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

The Miami County Park District welcomed visitors to their annual one-night event of lighting the falls at Charleston Falls Preserve. A sold-out crowd walked the paths, lit by candles, viewed the spectacular lighting, visited with Santa Claus and enjoyed a cup of hot chocolate.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Charleston Falls was lit for visitors during the annual one-night event hosted by the Miami County Park District.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call

John DeBoer of the Miami County Park District entertains visitors to Charleston Falls with his flute on Dec. 3.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Park District volunteers serve hot chocolate, coffee and snacks to visitors at Charleston Falls on Dec. 3.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Although low water levels kept the falls from flowing, the stunning lighting was a huge hit with those who made the trek back to the falls at Charleston Falls Preserve on Dec. 3.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call The Miami County Park District welcomed visitors to their annual one-night event of lighting the falls at Charleston Falls Preserve. A sold-out crowd walked the paths, lit by candles, viewed the spectacular lighting, visited with Santa Claus and enjoyed a cup of hot chocolate.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2016/12/web1_120316mju_CharlestonFalls1.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call The Miami County Park District welcomed visitors to their annual one-night event of lighting the falls at Charleston Falls Preserve. A sold-out crowd walked the paths, lit by candles, viewed the spectacular lighting, visited with Santa Claus and enjoyed a cup of hot chocolate.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Charleston Falls was lit for visitors during the annual one-night event hosted by the Miami County Park District.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2016/12/web1_120316mju_CharlestonFalls2.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Charleston Falls was lit for visitors during the annual one-night event hosted by the Miami County Park District.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call John DeBoer of the Miami County Park District entertains visitors to Charleston Falls with his flute on Dec. 3.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2016/12/web1_120316mju_CharlestonFalls3.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call John DeBoer of the Miami County Park District entertains visitors to Charleston Falls with his flute on Dec. 3.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Park District volunteers serve hot chocolate, coffee and snacks to visitors at Charleston Falls on Dec. 3.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2016/12/web1_120316mju_CharlestonFalls4.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Park District volunteers serve hot chocolate, coffee and snacks to visitors at Charleston Falls on Dec. 3.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Although low water levels kept the falls from flowing, the stunning lighting was a huge hit with those who made the trek back to the falls at Charleston Falls Preserve on Dec. 3.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2016/12/web1_120316mju_CharlestonFalls5.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Although low water levels kept the falls from flowing, the stunning lighting was a huge hit with those who made the trek back to the falls at Charleston Falls Preserve on Dec. 3.