If you’re into huge holiday lights displays, there’s a new one in Minnesota that’s worth a road trip. It’s already one of the brightest in the state in just its second year.
If you’re one of many Minnesotans replacing traditional holiday lights with energy-efficient LEDs and wondering what to do with all those old jumbled cords, the answer might be at your local hardware store.
On a sleepy Apple Valley street just a few miles West of the Minnesota Zoo, is one of the Twin Cities’ finer holiday light displays — a spectacular show of color and motion, all synchronized to its very own radio station.
A popular tradition this time of year is driving around at night to see all the Christmas lights. When we saw and heard this next house, we knew we had to share it with you.
At this time of year, the skyline of Duluth is much brighter at night. Nearly 4 million lights are glowing nearby in Bayfront Festival Park along Lake Superior.
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There’s an incentive to take down those holiday lights this weekend, owls are getting stuck and injured. Great horned owls begin their nesting and the increased activity means an increased risk of injury.
The snow might be missing this Christmas, but one Twin Cities home has no shortage of holiday lights. Try 20,000 of them all strung and choreographed to dance to music.
The Lightkeeper Pro Will Repair Broken Holiday Lights!
True Minnesotans know that the best things about Minnesota aren’t all in the metro area. In Duluth, there is a holiday lights display that is definitely worth the drive.
Electric cords have been cut and stolen from the lighted displays in St. Paul’s Phalen Park this week.
Griswald Mike Lynch’s 2011 Christmas house. Dave Lee Xmas light photos are still to come.
When it’s time to take down those holiday decorations, you can recycle those lights that no longer work.
The City of New Ulm is helping residents dispose of one of the most under-recycled holiday products — Christmas lights.
Minnesota is home to a one-of-a-kind recycling program, where you can get rid of your old holiday lights and give jobs to people with mental disabilities.