Local resident Nick Thomas converted his spooky Halloween House to a joyful celebration by replacing the skeletons with snowmen and the tombstones with Santa’s workshop.
“You know we didn’t know if they were going to have lights this year, but because they had such a great display for Halloween, we just thought we were going to drive by and see if there was something for Christmas and the holidays and sure enough the did,” said Jarrod Kraemer, a visitor to the holiday house. “It’s pretty amazing, my son and I came out here and we love the fact that they have the synchronized lights and the song of course the synced in radio station as well is pretty cool.”
This season’s display has around 30,000 lights to brighten your holiday season.
Similar to last holiday, donations are being accepted for a local charity. This time it’s Joyful Heart, an organization that helps children in need.
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