Growing up in a home that always decorated for Christmas, Parker resident Ken Browne kept up the tradition by placing what he calls “big box store lights” on his home. However, about ten years ago, when he saw a coordinated light show for the first time, he had a proverbial light bulb moment.
Over the years, the Browne house Christmas light display has evolved from lights that turn on and stay on into a light show even that he believes will be remembered for generations.
“The show starts with a prerecorded message thanking people for coming to the show, a few rules to help with other people’s property, and to remember the Toys for Tots,” the holiday aficionado said. “Then, for the kids, we have a Minion opening to get them fired up. The kids go crazy.”
By Karen Chaney • [email protected]