If you have suggestions for Christmas light displays in Kansas, or would like to share photos of light displays, e-mail KAKE by clicking here
Stratford St, between Rock Rd. and Woodlawn (map below)
The Lights are on: 5:30-10:00 Monday-Thursday and 5:30-11:00 Friday-Sunday. 15,000+ lights, 64 independently controlled channels
120+ extension cords, 1000+ ft of computer cables, 45 Amp current draw when all the lights are on and a low power FM station to hear the music! (91.7FM)
542 N. Parallel Dr., Andover. Runs from 6:00 to 10:00 nightly, Music is broadcast on 95.7 FM
Circle drive in front of #2 N. West Pkwy (off of E. Central, btwn Rock & Webb)
Entire cul-de-sac on the 1900 block of Northwest Parkway Ct in Wichita. Each house has a different theme.
354 N Vine St. Wichita - Photo Below
1122 N Lawrence Court, Wichita
Candy Cane Lane - Greensburg - Located at Gamble Farm on north Main Street
2432 Persimmon, Derby (photo below)
1017 Azure Circle - 20ft Christmas tree, Santa Claus landing on a lighted runway and more. The whole street features over 250,000 lights, 9ft candy canes and much more.
3244 S Seneca, Wichita - 10 homemade Christmas pieces with over 6,000 lights. There is a plane with propeller that moves, a train with smoking smokestack, a truck that changes gears, a flying angel, twin angels, nativity, Mr. & Mrs. Kissing Santa. All animation is done with lights.
17th North and Park Place, Wichita
1841 S. Glenn, Wichita - A piece of KAKE history lives in this North Pole Santa's workshop scene. Display complete with sleigh used by Henry Harvey on KAKE television.
Kale's crazy Christmas light show spectacular, Wichita - Benefiting Maude Carpentar's Childrens Home: The house at 1502 N. Westgate will be housing an extravagant light show starting Dec 5th 2007. Over 60,000 lights, lasers, and special effects, all synchronized entirely to music, broadcast into patrons car stereos via low power radio station. Donations will be taken, to benefit the Maude Carpentar's Childrens Home. Christmas movies also being projected onto a giant screen outside for patrons to enjoy.
For more information or interviews please contact Kale Hamel at (316) 680-6886.
City and Community Events/Displays:
Historic South Wichita Christmas Tour - Saturday, December 15, 2007, 4-7 p.m. Click here for full details and a map. Free-will donation of $5 accepted at any location, shared by churches & museum
Visit the Great Bend Trail of Lights by clicking here
Winter Wonderland at Garvin Park in Augusta - Open thru New Years Eve. 6-10pm Sunday-Thursday and 6-11pm Friday and Saturday nights. Donations are $5 a carload
Winfield Isle of Lights, open nightly 6:00pm-10:00pm. November 24th-December 30th.
Location: Island Park - North End of Town at the End of Main Street
Admission is free, donations accepted.
Lights on St. Paul, drive-through display, on St. Paul from Douglas to Second. Open Nov. 30 to Dec. 27. Hours 6-9 p.m. Sun.-Thu.; 6-10 p.m. Fri.-Sat; 6 p.m.-midnight Dec. 24. Photos with Santa Fridays and Saturdays. Admission free; donations accepted.
Tree of Joy at the Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum. Created by three local artists, the Tree of Joy's 149 hand-formed figures are expertly lighted in the rotunda of the museum and make a stunning holiday visual. Available for viewing until Jan. 13. Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday, and 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The
museum is closed Mondays and holidays. Admission is $4 for adults and $2 for children. School and Scout tours can be arranged by calling
(316) 265-9314 between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.