Every year around Thanksgiving there is a lovely local park that gets totally decked out with the coolest light show and movable figurines. Every tree and building is decorated and it is beautiful. Everyone I know, from numerous religions/nationalities, goes to see this attraction and look forward to it every year. Many people have grown up going to see it year after year and watching it get larger and larger in size. (btw, many companies buy decorations and gain exposure as well) It is quite sad and now controversial. It is not going to exist this year and possibly never again. I just wondered if anyone else is seeing things like this happen in their areas where they live? I am including one woman's letter about it and I believe there is also a link to more comments: My wife wrote a letter to the Sun-Sentinel Light show's cancellation an attack on Christmas celebrants I have taken my daughter to the Tradewinds Park light show every year since she was born. I cannot believe the Broward County Commission is closing it down due to so-called "expense." I could see their point if the light show were free, but we have to pay to get in. If 250,000 cars go each year, at $8 per car, that is $2 million. Now I am not a math wizard, but that is a profit of $1.99 million. This is not about money here; this is an attack on people who celebrate Christmas. They are being punished for celebrating this holiday. I have news for you: Jewish people go to see the lights, too. I am very disappointed in Broward County for taking this tradition away from the residents of South Florida. It is a shame. Kathryn Levitt Boca Raton This is the letter, CLICK THIS LINK to read the comments left by readers.