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VIDEO: Popular local Christmas light show helping grant wishes to sick children

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It is a yearly Christmas display that is familiar to many in the Fall River area and they are back again this year.

According to Colleen St. Onge, her and her husband are back again with Lights for Lives.

Their Christmas light show contains over 65,000 lights synchronized to music.

The show will run daily through New Year’s Day Monday through Thursday from 4 – 9:00pm and Friday – Sunday 4 – 10pm.

You can watch and hear the show right in your car on 91.7 FM, however, the St. Onge family encourage everyone to walk through the walkways to get a real experience of the overall display. There is a lot you can’t see from the road and they also have new additions this year.

Santa will be there every Friday & Saturday from 6 – 9pm where you can take a picture, get a candy cane treat, and also get some reindeer food.

There is also a Santa’s mailbox that allows you to send letters to Santa!

Donations are never required to see the display, however, monetary donations are accepted which go to Make-A-Wish Mass & RI to grant children who have faced serious illness a wish. The St. Onge family is also collecting non-perishables that will be donated to the Tiverton Food Pantry.

Here is an example of some of the sights you will see at 84 Hayden Avenue in Tiverton.

https://www.facebook.com/LightsForLives/videos/3047114341965549/

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