MERIDIAN - Scentsy opened up its campus off Eagle Road for a community Christmas party Monday night, and there was a huge turnout for the festive holiday event.

Event organizers said thousands of people turned out for the "Point of Lights" event.

There was something for the whole family, including a spectacular Christmas light display, local high school choirs, a live Nativity - and of course Santa.

Our belief here is that if you have happy, healthy families, it creates a healthy, thriving community and so we have an evening like this - bring your family, have some fun, and hopefully we'll strengthen the entire community," Scentsy spokesperson Lonni Leavitt-Barker said.

If you missed it Monday night, don't worry - they'll be doing it again Tuesday night from 6 to 8:30. The event is free and open to the public.

There are more than 700,000 lights on about 450 trees in the Scentsy commons - which, as you might expect, also smells fantastic!