Christmas lights display map, 2017
Are you in the mood to take in some holiday lights displays around our area? This map should help.
This is a running list. If you don't see a display you know of on here and would like it to be included, please email the address and a brief description of the display to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll add it to the map.
2127 E. Jackson St.: Ron Bartlett's home, with its animated Christmas characters at the edge of the road, is a perennial favorite.
Greystone Court: The east Medford street is known for its extensive light displays. The annual display begins Thursday, Dec. 21, and continues through Christmas Eve. Runs nightly from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Residents accept donations of nonperishable food items for Access.
Cherry Lane: An annual favorite composed of numerous vivid displays.
South end of Kerrisdale Ridge Drive: Several dozen homes are decorated for the holidays, and more than 60 trees and light posts are wrapped in red and white with bows.
3966 S. Pacific Highway, Space 44: 10-foot snowman, manger scene, laser lights and a Winter Wonderland. You might also catch a glimpse of Santa Claus.
Goldy Building, East Main and Front streets: The historic Goldy building in downtown is set with a computerized music and light display with 128 channels, five shows, each approximately 30 minutes long and rotating daily until Jan. 2. Shows start daily at 5 p.m. and can be viewed outside, either with building speakers or in your car by tuning in to 100.7 on your FM dial.
4176 Hemlock Drive: A nice display of lights, snowmen and Santa.
Harry & David Country Village, 1314 Center Drive: Cheery lights display set to music.
1608 Crown Ave.: This house has a Disneyland Christmas theme, complete with the iconic castle.
1020 Brandon St.: Christmas lights and large-scale trains run through the town of North Pole. Dec. 15-24, weather permitting.
523 Ridgeway Ave.
6704 Pinehurst St.
589 Crystal Drive: Thousands of lights decorate this home.
7955 Gladstone Ave.:Christmas lights and an animated Santa Claus
Samuel Lane Loop Road, Phoenix: Several houses don numerous lights and cute inflatables.
960 Brandon Way
861 S. Mountain Ave.: This Ashland home is entirely outlined in lights; "icicles" drip from the eves and most of the 20-some trees are swirled with red and white lights like candy canes.
1155 Green Meadows Way: An elaborate display of inflatable decorations, illuminated candy canes and brightly colored lights.
775 St. Andrews Circle: Multicolored light display can be viewed from St. Andrews Circle and Crowson Road.
990 Siskiyou Blvd.: The university's Plunkett Center mansion is decked out head-to-toe in red lights.