We have thousand of lights displayed that are computer controlled and synchronized to music on 112 control channels of Light O Rama and 123 DMX controlled channels! Programming of the lights took months of work to complete along with design and setup of the house and yard.
We are near the intersection of Harmony Path and Griffon Trail, Lakeville, Minnesota. Our holiday light show runs between 530pm - 930pm S-Th, 530pm -1030pm Fri - Sat. We ask that you do not block our neighbors driveways, turn off your head lights, turn your car radio to 87.9 FM and then sit back and enjoy the show!
Again, Thank You and enjoy the show!
Overall Donations to 360 Communities, since we started collecting donations for food shelf:
3,223 pounds of food
$4,573.51 monetary donations
Thank you everyone who has helped us make this possible--it really does make a difference!
Let it Snow by Noni **NEW**
White Christmas Buble and Twain
Deck The Roof Tops
House on Christmas Street
Little Drummer Boy
O Holy Night
Joy To The World - Folk Angel
We Are Santa's Elves
Rejoice - Todd Ballard
Show Then Repeats
We will have a one minute photo opportunity also. I'll bring all the lights on so you can take a photo. We get asked often about it.... Don't worry, Brooklyn gives you a one song notice!
Check out our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/mnharmonylights
Show hours are Sunday - Thursday 530pm-10pm. Friday-Sat 530pm-1100pm
We are accepting donations for 360 Communities food shelf.
2014 Halloween Show Now Over! Thanks to ALL that donated. $312 was collected and sent to Twin Cities Hospice, Lights N Limo's program. Read about the program here:
Link to our facebook page!"MNHarmonylights" Be sure to "LIKE" us on Facebook!
Santa visits only on Friday and Saturday (some Sundays) for 2015/16. (and of course Christmas Eve!) You can always leave a "special" request on our Facebook page and I'll see what I can arrange with Santa for a visit. Of course, he will want a little extra in the donation box!
360 Communtities greatly appreciated the donation!
Virtual Santa Added in 2009!Features added:
We added a "Virtual Santa" to the display. Look for him in one of the windows on the house. Perhaps you saw him waving to you while he was putting presents under the tree, eating cookies and milk - and even waving to you!
Photos - Link
Videos - Link
Looking for a limo service for a light show tour? Be sure to check out tour specials at:
City View Limousine Service http://www.cityviewlimo.com
and AWhite Knight Limousine Service http://www.awhiteknightlimo.com
About MN HARMONY LIGHTSAll about us:
On Harmony Path during the Christmas Holiday Season you will find our house by looking for the Blue Star that sits high above our house. We celebrate the Christmas Season by decorating our house with lights and animating them to some of our favorite Christmas songs. Please stop by and enjoy. Tune your radio to 87.9FM and listen to the lights!
FOOD SHELF DONATIONS ACCEPTED
Please bring a donation of food and/or money for our local food shelf. 100% of all donations goes to the local food shelf! There is a red box for money donations, that is locked and checked every night. We also have a plastic tote under the red box for grocery donations. Checks are accepted-please make payable to: 360 Communities
Christmas 2013-14 $620.13 and 560 lbs of food!
Christmas 2014Christmas 2012 - $958.75 and 600lbs food
Christmas 2010 - $489.00 and 165lbs of food donated to 360 Communities!
Halloween 2010 - The results are in! 155lbs of food and $173.96 dontated to 360 Communities!
Christmas 2009 donations: 345 pounds of food and $451.71 cash donated to Community Action Council (now known as 360 Communities)
Halloween 2009 donations: 108 pounds of food and $76.83 cash donated to Community Action Council.
The Community Action Council wrote:
Dear Jeff, Dorothy, Abby, and Brooklyn,
My name is Laurie Rieb. I am the Development Director here at Community Action Council. I came by your house one night before Halloween to see your light display. It was amazing! I sat and listened to Brooklyn on the radio and was very touched. It was a great display and I was amazed how the lights coordinated so well with the music! I just wanted to say Thank You for collecting food and donations for Community Action Council! You are making a difference in the lives of families right here in Lakeville!
Director of Development
Community Action Council
Most needed food shelf items:
Hot and dry cereals
Dry powdered or canned milk
Canned beef and poultry
Canned fruit and vegetables
Canned or boxed main dishes
Rice, macaroni, spaghetti
Dried beans or rice in small packages
Canned chili and stews
Pancake, biscuit mixes
Canned/bottled fruit juices
Cake, cookie and muffin mixes
Pudding and Jell-O mixes
Personal and baby care items:
Toilet paper, tissue
Bath soap, shampoo, and moisturizer
Feminine sanitary supplies
Laundry and dish soap
Toothpaste and toothbrushes
Diapers and wipes
Baby soap, shampoo
Diaper ointment, powder, and baby oil