I've seen some of these the other day - pretty insane
The lights are on & Santa’s home at Tri-City displays
Following is a list of large local light displays in the Tri-Cities for Christmas. To add your home to The Tri-City News’ list, send your name and address along with details of your display (how many lights, special displays, hours of operation and any charities for which you’re collecting) to email@example.com
• 669 Folsom St.: Check out Diana Wagner’s cheerful window display and old world Santa’s village from 4:30 to 10 p.m. daily.
• 1417 Garibaldi Pl.: John and Trudy Wolff invite you to enjoy a display of 120 hand-painted pieces and 5,000 lights featuring both traditional (manger, shepherds, angels, wise men) and contemporary (Santa and reindeer, toy trains, skaters, nutcrackers) Christmas images.
• 1039 Parana Dr.: Karen and Murray Frank invite you to visit their display, which they’ve put to music you can hear by tuning your car radio to FM 107.9 while checking it out. They are also collecting cheques, made payable to the Canadian Cancer Society, for their charity Ironcops for Cancer. (You can view a video of their 2009 display at gallery.me.com/murrayfrank#100464.)
•3970 Cedar: The Hughes family’s display features more than 50,000 lights and Santa and all nine of his reindeer on the roof, plus window silhouettes, trees, angels, stars and more. It’s open 5 to 11 p.m. daily until Jan. 1, 2011.
• 3313 Rae St.: Dale Brindley’s home display will be open daily in December, offering 50,000 lights, several ground displays and even a light show. Donations to the food bank will be gratefully accepted.