I love free! If it’s free, it’s for me!
For the 3rd year, Henderson residents Victors Cardenas and Joey Cardona will open their home to the public to present a candy-cane themed walk-thru event to help benefit a local charity.
Experiencing the couple’s “Candy Cane House” is free to the community. However, they “strongly encourage” donations to benefit HopeLink of Southern Nevada and the organization’s mission to “prevent homelessness, preserve families and provide hope.” Tis the season of giving, so enjoy the experience with your family and give back a little.
The Candy Cane House features over 50 decorated Christmas trees, 38,000 lights throughout the residence, free treats and hot chocolate and numerous photo opportunities.
So where can you find this infamous Candy Cane House?
It's located at 366 S. Milan Street in Henderson, the Candy Cane House will be open to the public for the next three weeks.