From the Niagara Falls Review:
The Winter Festival of Lights turns 35 this year, but for organizers the challenge is making it feel born again every year.
So expect more new wrinkles, displays and events when the two-month festival kicks off Nov. 18, says executive director Tina Myers.
“The ideas are flowing,” she said after a media conference Wednesday. “We have a lot of things that we want to do, but it costs money. Each year, between January and March, we go out and really hit it hard to try to get the funding to make this happen.
“We have some strong supporters, but each year that we grow, our expenses grow.”