’Tis the season for setting records, such as ...
0: Number of traditional light bulbs used in the Cincinnati Zoo’s “Festival of Lights.” The hundreds of thousands of bulbs have been replaced this year by environmentally friendly LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes), saving the zoo 85 percent on its electric bill. Thank that “90 Second Naturalist,” zoo Director Thane Maynard.

265: Number of acres at Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park in Hamilton, which features an ever-expanding drive-through light display for its “Holiday Lights on the Hill.”

500,000: Number of lights strung annually at Sharon Woods’ “Holiday in Lights” display, illuminating characters such as Santa, toy soldiers and the inhabitants of Holiday Castle.

5: Cost of admission for the Newport Aquarium’s “Winter Family Days” in January. Up to two children get in for $5 with each paying adult (child admission is normally $10.95 each).

290: Number of cast, musicians and crew in the annual Boar’s Head & Yule Log Festival at Christ Church Cathedral. The massive pageant has been performed every year since 1940. Four free performances are scheduled for the first weekend in January.