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Tour of Lights


There’s nothing like the warm glow of Christmas lights this time of year to give you a good dose of Christmas cheer! Pack up the kids, go for a ride, and enjoy the decorations your friends and neighbors have put up this year. We’re sure you’ll find a few other treasures along the way!

427 Northland Drive, near the corner of South Street and Northland. See the 90-foot evergreen Christmas tree at the Reep family home.

65 E. Muskegon, corner of First and Muskegon Streets. The home of Larry and Audrey Young is a classic home decorated with style.

Downtown Cedar Springs is aglow with lights and decorations on the lampposts and the town Christmas tree is at the corner of Main and Ash.

2207 15 Mile Rd, one block west of Algoma Ave. Nolan Patin, 12, set up a Christmas display to music. Tune your radio to 95.1, and don’t forget to make a donation to him to support the Cedar Springs Historical Museum.

830 19 Mile Rd, Burt and Wanda Drent. Go west on 17 Mile to Algoma, then two miles to 19 Mile, and 2 Miles on 19 Mile to home.

The corner of Beech and Maple Streets in Sand Lake. The display of Bob and Tracey Fitzgerald lights up the whole town! The kids will love it.

The Prairie Run and Pines subdivisions off Pine Street, and the subdivision just off 18 Mile, east of Main Street, all have some great lights.

White’s Winter Wonderland, 14181 Macclain Street, Gowen, has a musical light show you’ll be sure to enjoy.

 

 

 

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Tour of Lights


N-Tour-of-lights-Patin-webWould you like to see some great lights and help a good cause at the same time? Then head over to the Patin house at 2207 15 Mile Road, in Sparta Township. Nolan Patin, 12, set up his own Christmas display—with music! And not only did he teach himself how to set it up, he paid for it, too—with his own money. According to Nolan’s mom, Cindy Patin, while most kids his age would be playing video games, Nolan spent his time researching how to set up the light show with music. And he spent several hundred dollars of his fair money to purchase and learn the computer software. “He’s really worked hard at it,” she explained.

Nolan, a sixth-grader at Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, in Belmont, also has a heart for the Cedar Springs Historical Museum, and is setting up a donation box outside the exhibit for onlookers to donate to his favorite charity.

So take a drive over to the Patin place, set your radio dial to 95.1, and enjoy a great show. And don’t forget to donate! For more Tour of Lights, click here.

 

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Tour of Lights


There’s nothing like the warm glow of Christmas lights this time of year to give you a good dose of Christmas cheer! Pack up the kids, go for a ride, and enjoy the decorations your friends and neighbors have put up this year. We’re sure you’ll find a few other treasures along the way!

427 Northland Drive, near the corner of South Street and Northland. See the 90-foot evergreen Christmas tree at the Reep family home.

65 E. Muskegon, corner of First and Muskegon Streets. The home of Larry and Audrey Young is a classic home decorated with style.

Downtown Cedar Springs is aglow with lights and decorations on the lampposts and the town Christmas tree is at the corner of Main and Ash.

2207 15 Mile Rd, one block west of Algoma Ave. Nolan Patin, 12, set up a Christmas display to music. Tune your radio to 95.1, and don’t forget to make a donation to him to support the Cedar Springs Historical Museum.

830 19 Mile Rd, Burt and Wanda Drent. Go west on 17 Mile to Algoma, then two miles to 19 Mile, and 2 Miles on 19 Mile to home.

The corner of Beech and Maple Streets in Sand Lake. The display of Bob and Tracey Fitzgerald lights up the whole town! The kids will love it.

 

Send us your home or homes you’ve seen to news@cedarspringspost.com.

 

 

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When you are out looking at Christmas lights this holiday season, be sure to swing through Sand Lake and see this beautiful display near the corner of Beech and Maple Streets. Kids will love it! Bob and Tracey Fitzgerald love decorating for Christmas, and their holiday display brightens up the whole corner!

Have you decorated the outside of your home for the holidays? Or, do you know of a home that has a great display? The annual Post Tour of Lights map is in production, and we’d like to add your addresses to the list! Email us the information so that we can all have the joy of driving by and seeing the beautiful displays. Or, if you drive by someone’s home and would like to add them, you can do that too! Email us at news@cedarspringspost.com, and put “Tour of Lights” in the subject line.

 

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There’s nothing like the warm glow of Christmas lights this time of year to give you a good dose of Christmas cheer!

Every year The Cedar Springs POST hosts a Tour of Lights giving area residents the scoop on where the hot spots for Christmas lights are glowing.

In order for us to make an accurate listing, one that includes YOUR house as a “drive-by” we need you to lead the way.

Simply mail your name and address to Tour of Lights, P.O. Box 370, Cedar Springs, MI 49319. You can also email them to news@cedarspringspost.com or call the office at 616-696-3655 to let us know.

We’ll be listing all the addresses we receive so that our readers can enjoy the Christmas glow without the endless searching in between. Remember, after Thanksgiving, Christmas comes in a flash – so there’s not time to delay! Send us your address for Tour of Lights today!

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Tour of Lights


There’s nothing like the warm glow of Christmas lights this time of year to give you a good dose of Christmas cheer. Below is just a sampling of the many beautiful displays in our area. Pack up the kids, go for a ride, and enjoy the decorations your friends and neighbors have put up this year. We’re sure you’ll find a few other treasures along the way!
A.    427 Northland Drive, near the corner of South Street and Northland.
See the 90-foot evergreen Christmas tree at the Reep family home.
B.    65 E. Muskegon, corner of First and Muskegon Streets. The home of
Larry and Audrey Young is a classic home decorated with style.
C.    Downtown Cedar Springs is aglow with lights and decorations on the
lampposts, and the Christmas tree at he corner of Main and Ash.
D.    The home of Aaron Clem, 13357 Jeanette Way, in Northland Estates
Mobile Home Park, off Northland Drive (just north of 16 Mile). There is a
light display on both sides of the road.
E.    5144 Fieldstone Meadow Drive, just east off 18 Mile at the curve NE
of town. Home of Jeff Shaffer. House has a full computer-animated light
show to music. Tune your radio to 93.3 and watch the lights from your car!
Over 15,000 lights.
F.    326 17 Mile Road, between Cedar Springs and Kent City, south side of
road.
G.    345 Tall Grass Drive in the Prairie Run subdivision, just north off Pine
St. Take Prairie Run Drive to Tall Grass Drive. The Brays’ home features
beautiful angels reflecting on the house along with many lights and decorations.
H.    2075 18 Mile Rd., between Algoma and Hanna. Home of Mike Meyer.
I.    14181 MacClain St., Gowen. Whites Winter Wonderland, the home of
Dave and Shelly White. Home also has a great musical light show. Tune
your radio to 89.1 Show starts at dusk 7 days a week and lasts till 10 p.m.
weekdays and 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
J.    55 Beech St., in Sand Lake. These homeowners, Bob and Tracey Fitzgerald,
are excited to decorate their home and yard for Christmas, and welcome  you to drive by and enjoy the view!
Send us your home or homes you’ve seen to news@cedarspringspost.com.

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Tour of Lights


Have you sent your entry in yet for the Post’s annual Tour of Lights? Above is the home of Bob and Tracey Fitzgerald, of 55 Beech St., in Sand Lake. These homeowners are excited to decorate their home and yard for Christmas, and welcome you to drive by and enjoy the view!
If you’d like to enter your home, or know of one that should be on the list, send it to news@cedarspringspost.com, and put Tour of Lights in the subject line. For a list of more homes, click here.

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Tour of lights


There’s nothing like the warm glow of Christmas lights this time of year to give you a good dose of Christmas cheer. Below is just a sampling of the many beautiful displays in our area. Pack up the kids, go for a ride, and enjoy the decorations your friends and neighbors have put up this year. We’re sure you’ll find a few other treasures along the way!
A.    427 Northland Drive, near the corner of South Street and Northland. See the 90-foot evergreen Christmas tree at the Reep family home.
B.    65 E. Muskegon, corner of First and Muskegon Streets. The home of Larry and Audrey Young is a classic home decorated with style.
C.    Downtown Cedar Springs is aglow with lights and decorations on the lampposts, and the Christmas tree and a nativity scene will start tonight at the corner of Main and Ash.
D.    The home of Aaron Clem, 13357 Jeanette Way, in Northland Estates Mobile Home Park, off Northland Drive (just north of 16 Mile). There is a light display on both sides of the road.
E.    5144 Fieldstone Meadow Drive, just east off 18 Mile at the curve NE of town. Home of Jeff Shaffer. House has a full computer-animated light show to music. Tune your radio to 93.3 and watch the lights from your car! Over 15,000 lights.
F.    326 17 Mile Road, between Cedar Springs and Kent City, south side of road.
G.    14181 MacClain St., Gowen. Whites Winter Wonderland, the home of Dave and Shelly White. Home also has a great musical light show. Tune your radio to 89.1 Show starts at dusk 7 days a week and lasts till 10 p.m. weekdays and 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
H.    55 Beech St., in Sand Lake. These homeowners, Bob and Tracey Fitzgerald, are excited to decorate their home and yard for Christmas, and welcome you to drive by and enjoy the view!
Send us your home or homes you’ve seen to news@cedarspringspost.com.

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This photo was sent to us a couple of years ago by Tom Scott, of Tyrone Township. It shows a great display that year on 17 Mile, near Algoma.

This photo was sent to us a couple of years ago by Tom Scott, of Tyrone Township. It shows a great display that year on 17 Mile, near Algoma. Have you decorated the outside of your home for the holidays? Or, do know of a home that has a great display? The annual Post Tour of Lights map is in production, and we’d like to add your addresses to the list! Email us the information so that we can all have the joy of driving by and seeing the beautiful displays. Or, if you drive by someone’s home and would like to add them to our map, you can do that too! Email us at news@cedarspringspost.com, and put “Tour of Lights” in the subject line.

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Tour of lights


There’s nothing like the warm glow of Christmas lights this time of year to give you a good dose of Christmas cheer. Below is just a sampling of the many beautiful displays in our area. Pack up the kids, go for a ride, and enjoy the decorations your friends and neighbors have put up this year. We’re sure you’ll find a few other treasures along the way!
A.    427 Northland Drive, near the corner of South Street and Northland. See the 90-foot evergreen Christmas tree at the Reep family home.
B.    65 E. Muskegon, corner of First and Muskegon Streets. The home of Larry and Audrey Young is a classic home decorated with style.
C.    Downtown Cedar Springs is aglow with lights and decorations on the lampposts, and the Christmas tree is on the corner of Main and Ash.
D.    Several businesses on S. Main in Cedar Springs.
E.    Homes on S. Seventh Street, south off 17 Mile.
F.    Many homes in the Prairie Run subdivision, north off Pine Street.
G.    2075 18 Mile Road NE, between Algoma and Hannah. Home of Mike Meyers.
If you’ve decorated your home or yard with beautiful lights or know someone that did, please send us the address and we’ll add it to our list of places to visit. Send the name of the homeowner (if known), and the address to news@cedarspringspost.com with “Tour of lights” in the subject line, or mail to Tour of Lights, c/o The Cedar Springs Post, PO Box 370, Cedar Springs, MI 49319.

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