TULSA - A Tulsa tradition kicked off again Thursday after it was temporarily shut down due to damage sustained during the weekend ice storm.
"Lights on the Hill" was postponed for three days, as Chandler Park was littered with downed tree limbs and ruined light displays.
Volunteers and Tulsa Parks maintenance works have since cleared the park and fixed the displays, making possible the return of "Lights on the Hill."
"We're happy we get to come back up here and light it back up," said treasurer Tom Cue. "We like to see the faces of the kids coming through. It pleases us that we are doing something for the community."
Cue says he and the other volunteers were able to save roughly 90 percent of the lights.
The displays will be lit every night through Sunday. Visitors are welcome between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.