Deborah and Roy Thompson, owners of TMT Farms on the north edge of Bulloch County, are known for their incredible TMT Farms Christmas Lights drive thru display.  Once again this year they are opening their farm which is decorated with over two miles of Christmas lights. 

The TMT Farms Christmas Lights show will open Thanksgiving day at 6 pm and will run nightly from 6 pm to 1 am, through December 27th.

This is a great COVID-19 safe family event and a wonderful way to get into the Christmas spirit. Due to COVID they will not allow motorist to get out of their cars and walk around the property. Everyone must stay in their vehicles to enjoy the show.

The public is invited and in lieu of admissions, TMT accepts non-perishable food items, cash contributions, dog/cat food (pet supplies) and new – unopened toys. They donate the food to the the local food banks, the toys to Toys for Tots to be distributed to children in need and the pet food to local organizations that rescue pets. 

TMT Farms collects enough food during this annual event to help supply the food banks for nearly the entire year.

Because of COVID-19, the food banks have seen their inventory depleted and are in need of more food and resources to help keep up. 

How You Can Help If You Can’t Visit

If you cannot make it out but still want to do your part, you can make monetary contributions to the food banks here:

Christian Social Ministries Food Bank

Statesboro Food Bank

Directions to TMT Farms

TMT Farms is about 15 miles from Downtown Statesboro.  It is well worth the drive out.

For google directions click below:

161710 Old River Road North, Statesboro, Georgia 30461

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