South Florida Christmas
expressing the joy of the incarnation
and bringing smiles and good cheer to our fellow South Floridians Luke 2:8-20
A note from our guest book 2012
"What a beautiful house! This is what Christmas should feel everywhere everyday.", Britteny
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About Our Christmas Display
Any time is a good time to see our Christmas decorations. We've designed our display to be attractive during the DAY as well as at night. In fact, some of our decorations, especially the large ornaments hung from the trees in the yard are only fully appreciated during the day. In addition, we activate our 20+ inflatables (several new ones this year) in the morning for the drive to work (7:00-9:00), at lunch (11:30 1:30) and late afternoon before sunset (4:00-6:00).
But of course the granddaddy of the display is our synchronized musical light show which starts on the hour and half hour (starting at 6:00 PM and ending at 12 midnight) and runs between 10-20 minutes (more songs are added each week). The music is played on outdoor speakers (if you wish to park your car and walk around the display - but please don't block any driveways of area residents) or you may tune your radio to 97.7 FM to hear the music from the comfort of your car. The outdoor speakers turn off at 10 PM but the last light show begins at 11:30 pm (and may be heard on your car radio).
The show begins on the 1st Sunday of Advent (sundown on Saturday, November 30th) and ends on the Epiphany or All Kings Day (twelve days after Christmas Day).
So what does our show entail? Well each year we add a little something new and the display continues to grow. For Advent/Christmas 2013 we will have in excess of over 65,000 lights, synchronized to Christmas songs (with at least two new songs scheduled for this year). We have snow machines, 22 inflatables, a small train ride for young children, a mega tree, numerous "blow molds" (those plastic figurines), a crèche or manger scene, a "tree forest", virtual Saint Nicholas and much more. You simply have to see (and hear) it.
See what visitors to our display are saying about it by clicking HERE.
...take a picture by the "north pole" and e-mail it to us. We'll place it HERE on our web page.
See videos of various songs at our Vimeo web site by clicking here.
Suite from the Polar Express
Amy Grant - "Joy to the World for Unto Us a Child is Born"
Mannheim Steamroller - "Carol of the Bells"
Vince Guaraldi - "Linus and Lucy"
Carpenters - "There's No Place Like Home for the Holidays"
Enya - "O Come, O Come Emanuel"
Jose Feliciano - "Feliz Navidad" intermission
Augie Rios - "Donde es Santa Clause"
Josh Grobin - "Believe"
New Christy Minstrels - "We Need a Little Christmas"
Andrea Bocelli - "Adeste Fidelis"
Erich Kunzel and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra - "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas"
Instrumental - "Jingle Bells"
When visiting us, please sign our guest book and include any thoughts you may have. You can find the guest book, along with a complimentary candy cane and a copy of our "Winter Wonderland Scavanger Hunt" on the snowman near our driveway.
2300 North 57th Avenue,