Thanks for stopping by!

We built this website to increase awareness of our lighting display and to explain its purpose.  We started our display in 1997 and have tried to make it larger every season.  We began computer animating our display in 2006 and have had positive response from it.  We chose to use Light-O-Rama products to control our display.   We have 72,000 lights in our 2008 display and 152 "channels" of animation.  We appreciate all of the positive comments that we have received in the past few years and look forward to seeing each and every one of you return in 2008.  This year we are planning a very special display with several additions.  The main addition has been a circle drive to aid in traffic flow.  We have also added the voice of "The Demented Elf" this year to our show to help with explaining elements of our display.   

We would like to share with all that visit this website and our display the true meaning behind the lights.  Two thousand years ago a mighty King was born in the city of Bethlehem.  God sent angels to tell of his Son's birth and that a great star would lead them to find his Son in a manger wrapped in swaddling clothes.  That star shown round the world to provide a sign that our Saviour was born.  We want everyone to remember that the true meaning of Christmas is to celebrate Christ's birthday. 


Unfortunately our display is not up for 2010 but we are assembling our materials and promise to return in 2011. 

We have received numerous compliments on our past displays and hope to make it possible for families to enjoy the display in the coming Christmas season.  In the meantime we did program and install the lighting display for the Dequincy Railroad Museum.  Thank you all again for your encouragement and your positive comments about our display.  Hope to bring you a new and "improved" display for 2011.

Thanks Again!!!! 

Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me.  Revelation 3:20