It's the final night for Marshall's annual Wonderland of Lights Festival. However, one major part will stay open for a little longer.
The festival is the only known working courthouse with a synchronized light and music show in the country. It brings thousands of visitors to the small town and provides a much needed economic boost for the community.
According to Ed Michell with the Marshall Convention & Tourism Bureau, preliminary numbers show overall attendance was down a little because of weather issues and late school closures.
However, Wonderland visitors spent 30% more while they were in town than they did last year.
To celebrate another successful year, officials will keep the ice-skating rink open a few more evenings through January 6th.