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This house was on Sunday Night Football last Sunday and the family told me it was most likely because of my photo from last week! If you go there make sure to bring a toy, some food or money to donate! They are doing great things for charity!!

11217 NE 100th St
Kirkland, WA  98033
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This house was on Sunday Night Football last Sunday and the family told me it was most likely because of my photo from last week! If you go there make sure to bring a toy, some food or money to donate! They are doing great things for charity!!

11217 NE 100th St

Kirkland, WA  98033

www.facebook.com/gvphotography

— 1 year ago
With over 50,000 lights and counting, this holiday display will entertain the entire family. They have a large herd of reindeer, 3 large trees, multiple miniature trees, dancing arches, snowflakes and candy cane pinwheels all choreographed to your favorite holiday songs. Don’t forget the North Pole complete with presents awaiting Santa’s arrival. Tune your radio to 103.3 FM, and you can enjoy the show from the comfort of your own vehicle. The show runs nightly through New Year’s Day from 5-10 PM.
12759 185th Way Se, Renton WA 98059

With over 50,000 lights and counting, this holiday display will entertain the entire family. They have a large herd of reindeer, 3 large trees, multiple miniature trees, dancing arches, snowflakes and candy cane pinwheels all choreographed to your favorite holiday songs. 

Don’t forget the North Pole complete with presents awaiting Santa’s arrival. Tune your radio to 103.3 FM, and you can enjoy the show from the comfort of your own vehicle. The show runs nightly through New Year’s Day from 5-10 PM.

12759 185th Way Se, Renton WA 98059

— 1 year ago
A view of one corner of the Parkinson residence, 2509 227th Place NE, Sammamish.  About 30,000 lights.  Best viewing on dry nights.  A bin has been placed for collection of cash and nonperishable food items for local food banks.

A view of one corner of the Parkinson residence, 2509 227th Place NE, Sammamish.  About 30,000 lights.  Best viewing on dry nights.  A bin has been placed for collection of cash and nonperishable food items for local food banks.

— 1 year ago
1422 E. Aloha St., Seattle (Capitol Hill)
Home of Jon and Anne Manos

1422 E. Aloha St., Seattle (Capitol Hill)

Home of Jon and Anne Manos

— 1 year ago
The Ashing’s in Federal Way

The Ashing’s in Federal Way

— 1 year ago
Highland Park, West Seattle

Highland Park, West Seattle

— 1 year ago
Doug from Magnolia

Doug from Magnolia

— 1 year ago
Another angle of 4152 46th Ave SW

Another angle of 4152 46th Ave SW

— 1 year ago
4152 46th Ave SW, West Seattle.  The Davis’ have been lighting the neighborhood for 17 yrs and now have 10,000 lights half the new energy efficient LEDs.  Drive by and enjoy the cotton candy trees, our home and our neighbor’s contribution to the well lit block.  Merry Christmas the Davis’

4152 46th Ave SW, West Seattle.  The Davis’ have been lighting the neighborhood for 17 yrs and now have 10,000 lights half the new energy efficient LEDs.  Drive by and enjoy the cotton candy trees, our home and our neighbor’s contribution to the well lit block.  Merry Christmas the Davis’

— 1 year ago
1324 N. 77th St. Seattle 98103 (Near Greenlake)
We have decorated the house for about 10 years and keep on adding. There are thousands of LED lights and about 35 lighted Christmas characters, including Snoopy, Garfield, horses with a white sleigh, a snowman, dogs, penguins, geese, a polar bear, and, of course, Santa and Mrs. Santa.
There is also Santa and his reindeer flying off the roof, which gets a lot of praise from people coming by. It is a house that you can not drive by to see everything. You need to walk around the fence to see everything, as my wife will not let me take the fence down!

1324 N. 77th St. Seattle 98103 (Near Greenlake)

We have decorated the house for about 10 years and keep on adding. There are thousands of LED lights and about 35 lighted Christmas characters, including Snoopy, Garfield, horses with a white sleigh, a snowman, dogs, penguins, geese, a polar bear, and, of course, Santa and Mrs. Santa.

There is also Santa and his reindeer flying off the roof, which gets a lot of praise from people coming by. It is a house that you can not drive by to see everything. You need to walk around the fence to see everything, as my wife will not let me take the fence down!

— 1 year ago
This is the fourth of my penguin villiage and it grows every year.  There are about 25 penguins, 10,000 lights and a sleeping santa.  We usually have the lights on between 6 and 10 p.m. each night.  Kathy Johnson Seattle, WA

This is the fourth of my penguin villiage and it grows every year.  There are about 25 penguins, 10,000 lights and a sleeping santa.  We usually have the lights on between 6 and 10 p.m. each night.
Kathy Johnson Seattle, WA

— 1 year ago
For 16 years The Hawkins Family have been lighting up the highly festive Commodore West neighborhood off Capstan on Bainbridge Island at 9223 N.E. Bluefin Court, the first cul-de-sac to the right, about a mile from the ferry. Their annual display in this well-decorated walkable neighborhood of festively decorated homes features thousands of LED lights, classic blow molds (Mickey Mouse and Minnie in Santa outfits, Winnie the Pooh, Snoopy, snowmen twins, Santa Claus and more), and blowups including animated Santa popping out of a Christmas tree, Charlie Brown helping Snoopy out of the chimney, giant Polar Bear and baby, Towering Snowman, massive 15-foot Nutcracker; lighted family of penguins, reindeer, candy canes, flowing LED icicles, holiday movies and slideshows projected on a large window, their own holiday radio broadcast and computerized light show in the main window. 5-10 p.m. (Featured in the Seattle Times since 2008)

For 16 years The Hawkins Family have been lighting up the highly festive Commodore West neighborhood off Capstan on Bainbridge Island at 9223 N.E. Bluefin Court, the first cul-de-sac to the right, about a mile from the ferry. Their annual display in this well-decorated walkable neighborhood of festively decorated homes features thousands of LED lights, classic blow molds (Mickey Mouse and Minnie in Santa outfits, Winnie the Pooh, Snoopy, snowmen twins, Santa Claus and more), and blowups including animated Santa popping out of a Christmas tree, Charlie Brown helping Snoopy out of the chimney, giant Polar Bear and baby, Towering Snowman, massive 15-foot Nutcracker; lighted family of penguins, reindeer, candy canes, flowing LED icicles, holiday movies and slideshows projected on a large window, their own holiday radio broadcast and computerized light show in the main window. 5-10 p.m. (Featured in the Seattle Times since 2008)

— 1 year ago