The Ravenswood Neighbors Associations hosts multiple free events throughout the year for neighbors to connect and have fun!

Light Up Nights 2022

Ravenswood’s third annual festival of lights is happening
December 16th, 17th and 18th 2022 from 5pm-10pm.

Residents of Ravenswood are encouraged to decorate their homes, trees, yards, windows, and fences with light! Businesses are encouraged to offer “Light Up Night” specials and programming, and show off their holiday decorations to the adoring public.

No display is too small to show off, if you are feeling ambitions you can participate in our “Best In Glow” competition in one of 3 categories: Single Family Home, Multi Family Home, Business. The winning display from each category will receive prize packages from local businesses valued at over $200 a piece!

This year, we have many more tricks up our sleeve. This page will be updated regularly with programming. You can also follow us on Instagram and Facebook for more information, @RavenswoodNeighbors.

Ravenswood Light Up Nights, 2020


Q: Where can I find food and drink specials?
A: The Map will have a different color marker indicating participating businesses. Food and drink specials, or events will be listed under each marker.

Q: I want to register my home, but I have questions- where can I get help?
A: Please send us an e-mail at, we will be happy to answer any questions

Q: I am a business, but I can only commit to one night. How do I get involved?
A: Please register normally as a stop on the map, under the “tell us more” option on the registration form give us any information you can and we’ll reach out to discuss further. We will keep the map updated daily through the event, you will not show up on the map unless you are participating that evening.

Q: Where is the Map?
A: See below!

Partnering Businesses:

Businesses, we want to work with you!

We are still in the planning stages for Light Up Nights 2022- and we want you to be involved! Contact us at to discuss further.

Upcoming Events…

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