Featured on Parade of Lights Tuesday Dec. 24 @ 11 p.m.
It takes the whole family to put the lights up on this house, hundreds of thousands of them, in fact. The Ginnaty’s were one of the first families to experiment with and develop computer controlled shows of lights and music.
Featured on Parade of Lights Tuesday Dec. 24 @ 6 p.m.
Visitors would find enough to ohh and ahh about on the outside of the Mish family home, but wait there is more-on the inside. The large Christmas village, complete with two, yes real water-filled rivers, await those visitors who come inside.
Featured on Parade of Lights Monday Dec. 23 @ 11 p.m.
Everyone seems to know “Woodinville Lights” Mark Zembrusky’s grand holiday project. Size, although his display is quite large, isn’t really the point here.
Featured on Parade of Lights Monday Dec. 23 6 p.m.
You might call Carter Knowles the tip of the iceberg. Carter is one of many neighbors and friends living in the Taylors Ridge development, near Duvall who decorate en mass.
This one two block section is all together when it comes to lights.
Featured on Parade of Lights Friday, Dec. 20 @ 11 p.m.
It’s been a challenging year for the Grenier family. Gina is recovering from brain surgery to remove a grapefruit sized tumor. She is recovering nicely, and thankful to be back this Christmas to decorate once again.
Featured on Parade of Lights Friday, Dec. 20 @ 6 p.m.
"We are a little different," declares Bob Meyer. And indeed they are, private art in a public space-Bob and Nancy have decorated a walkway next to their home, which is owned by King County, for many years.
Featured on Parade of Lights on Thursday, Dec. 19 @ 11 p.m.
A couple who does not limit their love for life and Christmas to their own home, this Puyallup pair spreads Christmas cheer like wildfire. Even the neighbors are catching the disease.
Featured on Parade of Lights Thursday Dec. 19 @ 6 p.m.
Doug Jones, the humble Santa Claus for the Redmond Fire Department Fire truck Santa program, bring his magic home as well.
Featured on Parade of Lights Wednesday Dec. 18 @ 11 p.m.
Featured on Parade of Lights Wednesday Dec. 18 @ 6 p.m.
Randy Tribbett says it’s all about family. A project he and his two sons can get together on. The family hunts garage sales and after Christmas mark-downs to fill their yard.
Featured on Parade of Lights Tuesday Dec. 17 @ 11 p.m.
Lee Freimuth is an artist. His philosophy is to put on an “art piece, which flows, is original, functional, smooth and flows together.”
A favorite of photographers, this delightfully complicated collection
is best viewed up close.
Featured on Parade of Lights Tuesday Dec. 17 @ 6 p.m.
An arboretum of lights and displays on the 650 foot long path through Ron’s Poulsbo property. Not just lights but a small railroad layout 1/25th scale, and the North Pole 1/4 scale (kid sized).
Featured on Parade of Lights Monday Dec. 16 @ 11 p.m.
A display with the automobile in mind. Easy to get to off I-405 and with a circular drive, lets you view everything in this 2.5 acre blaze of lights.
The Keeners support the Ben Towne Foundation for childhood cancers-donate if you can.
Featured on Parade of Lights Monday Dec. 16 @ 6 p.m.
Jeff Layne is the music man. Still pictures simply cannot do justice to this display. His house lights to the music of 18 songs. He uses special software to program movement to each and every beat.
Featured on Parade of Lights on Friday Dec. 13 @ 11 p.m.
No computers here. Just a totally mechanical world engineered by Dan Pardy. What IS he thinking? He is thinking he misses the old displays that were once behind the big plate glass windows at Frederick and Nelson and the Bon Marche.