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November 15th, 2019

1. MILLENNIUM PARK’s WRIGLEY SQUARE, City of Chicago, November 22, 2019- January 6, 2020 A one-mile paved path immersed with interactive lighting and effects. This gorgeous Christmas light display highlights the beauty of trees in the winter. Enjoy holiday music and the captivating light designs while warming up by a cozy fire. Roast marshmallows or sip on a warm drink. A simply stunning sight the entire family can enjoy! For more information: MILLENNIUM PARK’s…

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November 7th, 2019

1. The Rockefeller Christmas tree in 2018 was decorated with 50,000 LED holiday lights (approx. 5 miles) and it was topped with a Swarovski-crystal star that had 3 million crystals and 70 glass spikes. On Christmas day, the Christmas tree lights shine for a full 24 hours.2. The Guinness World Record for “Most Lights on a Residential Property” is held by the Gay Family from LaGrangeville, NY. The total number of holiday lights on their holiday display was 601,736…

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November 1st, 2019

1. DONATE HALLOWEEN CANDY: It’s time to put away the Halloween costumes and start showing your thankfulness by giving back! Have your kids set aside some candy and take part in Operation Gratitude OperationGratitude.com. This program sends care packages to deployed troops, first responders, veterans, wounded heroes, and to the children of deployed troops. Each care package includes a handful of the candy you donate. You can also start a…

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October 24th, 2019

1. Clark Griswold Christmas light display gone right! Who doesn’t love the movie Christmas Vacation? This holiday light display will get your whole neighborhood laughing!2. You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout I’m telling you why, Santa Claus is creeping on you! This Christmas light display takes the “Santa Claus is coming to town” song to another level and we love it! So be good for goodness sake!3. How about this Grinch that literally stole…

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October 17th, 2019

The Consumer Product Safety Commission estimated that in 2016 there were 14,700 people hospitalized for injuries involving holiday lights, Christmas trees, and other decorations, with falls being the highest injuries at 34%!Don’t let your Holiday lights trip you up this year. Here are a few safety tips that will keep you on your feet!1. LADDERS, LADDERS, LADDERS: Since falls cause the greatest amount of injuries throughout the holidays, educate yourself on basic ladder safety….

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