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Christmas Lights

Christmas Lights Synchronized to Music

Check out  ListenToTheLights.org  for more information on the Christmas display.  There are videos, pictures and a frequently asked questions area.
2006 was our first year to have a computerized Christmas Display.  We started the project in July 2006 with the help of the Hargis and Horner Family.  Opening day was the Wednesday after Thanksgiving.  It was a lot of work as we made the little Christmas trees as well as the 12' tree with 6,400 lights.  The work was worth it since we tried to have the attitude of celebrating the birth of our Saviour, Jesus Christ.  The whole display was about twenty two thousand lights.  We had a great time doing it, so we did it again in 2007.  We added more lights and features.  It's June and we are already have some new things moving for Christmas 2012.  Log in to see more pictures and video.

Please feel free to look around.  If you would like to access some of the restricted pages then please register.  You'll get an email as soon as you are setup to login.  Once you are registered and you want to share some photos and videos, I can setup a page or two for you under the 'Family Pages - Photos' area of this site.  There, you can create albums and add or delete any family photos you want to share. You can now share videos with other Lansford Family members.  No one can see any pages in that area until they are registered and have a login.  Only people that are vouched for by a Lansford or a related Lansford will be let in. 

This is the Lansford's that are related to Pop and Grammy - OK, CA, AZ.

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