Christmas is West Caln resident Gary Habermann’s favorite time of the year. Strung end to end, his luminescent front yard display spans about 2.5 miles of Christmas lights, writes Fran Maye for The Daily Local News.
Every year, he sets up his extravagant exhibition of 51,000 lights and 200 decorations. He does it all for the kids.
This year, Habermann plans to set up a station in his front yard for children to drop off their letters to Santa. Saint Nicholas himself plans to make a visit to the West Caln yard, along with his sidekick Buddy the Elf. They will be at the display to greet children and their families from Dec. 9—17 from 6 to 8 PM.
“Hopefully, we will have a good turnout,” Habermann said.
“It’s always fun to see the kids come to see Santa. Our goal is to help people forget how rough the last few years have been and enjoy the Christmas season. As usual, people are welcome to park their cars and walk through the display; it covers almost an acre, and it is impossible to see all of it with a drive-by, ” he continued.
Read more about the radiant Christmas front yard display in The Daily Local News.