When you turn the corner on 173rd Pl SW, you can't miss it -- the brightest two-story house of the block. Paul Richards starts putting up lights the day of Thanksgiving, continues on a daily basis.
Featured Dec. 20 @ 11 p.m. Jeff Layne loves his lights and loves his music at his very complicated and artful computerized Christmas lights. His show will entertain you-while his food collection efforts feed the hungry.
Featured Dec. 20 @ 6 p.m. Darren Schnee’s display is their effort to bring the community together by helping to feed those who need a hand.
Mill Creek Elf Award winner 2012!
Traditional decorations with lots of old school C9 bulbs and yard sculptures
Around 150,000 lights covers the hillside, trees, and some unique displays including about a 150 foot river of lights with fish, a small military tribute . And some very large trees.
Lots of lights & blown-up Santa & Snowman! Presents that mechanically open and moving reindeer.
Come see the Electric Forest in Edmonds. This home is surrounded by huge fir and alder trees wrapped in colorful holiday lights. Candy Cane Corner, and Snowman Lane greet you as you come up the hill. Map quest it. A little hard to find but worth the drive. Happy Holidays
Dazzling light displays, the smell of fresh hot donuts, the holiday sounds of Victorian Carolers, and so much more. Over 1 million lights across the camp.