Lights brighten spirits and the season at the home of the late Leland Shoemake. The show runs from 6 to 10 p.m. each night through the end of Christmas at 140 Beeks Circle in Williamson. Visitors are asked to park across the cul de sac facing the house and turn off headlights. The show is synchronized with music and visitors can tune radios to 88.3 FM.
A resident in the Ashley Glen subdivision shares special messages through their Christmas lights and decorations. The message has changed throughout the season, with a different giant message emblazoned in Christmas lights. So far the messages have included the words, Miracle, God, Hope, Peace and Savior.
“I’ve found the messages inspiring and up lifting. It’s been a rough year for many and I’d just like to spread the word and the Christmas cheer,” said Williamson resident Kristy Lucio.