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Check out your Hernando County neighbors' holiday displays

Brooksville

• 15290 Brice Drive — The display, called Candy Cane Acres, includes more than 90,000 lights that are synchronized to music, animated items, three trains, Florida snow (bubbles) and a fire pit to keep viewers warm. The lights will be on from 6 to 9 p.m. every night through Christmas.

• 16219 Tampa St. — The display includes thousands of lights, more than 20 inflatable figures, and a 40-foot cross out front to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas. The lights will be on from 6 to 8 p.m. every night through Christmas.

Spring Hill

• 6227 Alderwood St. — The display includes lots of lights and four inflatable figures.

• 132 Forest Wood Court — This display is made up entirely of LED lights, all synchronized to music. There are several inflatable figures and an enclosed Christmas village display. The lights will be on from 7 to 10 p.m. every night (but not during any rain) until Dec. 27.

• 1349 Kenlake Ave. — The display includes icicles on the roof and several inflatable figures on the lawn. Also, there is Santa's sleigh with presents and a pop-up penguin, a Christmas tree with Frosty, and a 9-foot snowman choir singing to Christmas carols. Santa is at the front entrance waving to visitors with a snowman by his side. The lights will be on beginning at 6 p.m. every night through Christmas.

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Submit your lights

If you have a residential outdoor display worthy of sharing with others, we'd like to hear from you. Here's what to do: Send us your name, street address, city and ZIP code. Give us a brief description of your display, what makes it special and what date you plan to turn on the lights. Also include a daytime telephone number in case we need to ask you a question. E-mail the information to jhayes@sptimes.com, fax it to (352) 754-6133 or mail it to Jean Hayes, Community News Coordinator, Hernando Times, 15365 Cortez Blvd., Brooksville, FL 34613. Please get us your information as soon as possible. We'll run the list periodically through the holiday season.

Check out your Hernando County neighbors' holiday displays 12/09/09 [Last modified: Wednesday, December 9, 2009 7:11pm]
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