For the past 25 years, the Dickinson Festival of Lights has illuminated the night sky of the town with millions of twinkling holiday lights adorning numerous displays. In that span, festival organizers and a team of volunteers have never had to delay an opening night except for inclement weather, which has been a problem most of the week.

Ken Suderman, festival president, said the attraction’s Nov. 26 opening is in jeopardy because recent rains and a lack of volunteers have delayed its set-up.

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