The season isn’t over yet: Check out these holiday lights from around our city

Deerfield Christmas display in 2016.
Need somewhere to celebrate the holidays with the children now that they're out of school? Check out these lights from around our city.

Christmas is five days away, and with the children out of school and the holiday becoming closer, there are still many ways to get out and celebrate the season.

  1. Christmas Lights
    • The Tallos and Buchanan families have been all over the news for their Christmas inflatable neighborhood battle. Head over to Ports O’Call Court in the center of Plano. You can’t miss the houses on the dead-end street and the lights from hundreds of blow-up Santas, penguins, elves and more will guide you to the site.

    • Not even five minutes away, the Marlowe family spent 48 days putting up their display this year with 85,000 lights, Fox 4 reported. The family moved from Lewisville, where they led an extravagant display for 36 years before moving their home and display to Plano last year. The display can be seen at 1000 Clinton Drive from 6-11 p.m. until Dec. 31, and Santa will make an appearance on Dec. 23.
    • Deerfield never disappoints with their Christmas display, which will continue until Dec. 30 from 7-10 p.m. on weekdays and 7-11 p.m. on weekends. The Deerfield neighborhood is located in northwest Plano. There are entrances to the neighborhood on Jenkins, Ohio, Adrian and Sundance that are recommended for entry into the neighborhood.
    • Lights on the Farm also runs through Dec. 30 with more than 2 million lights, animated holiday displays, a 20-foot Christmas tree and snacks and Santa photos available for purchase. Tickets vary between $7-12. Saturday, Dec. 23 is also Meet the Grinch Night.
    • Holiday lights at The District at Willow Bend will run this year until Jan. 1. The Christmas tree is fit with synchronized video and music and carolers and live reindeer will make appearances.

Did we forget any lights that are a must-see in these next few holiday-filled days? Tag us in your family’s light-seeking adventures with #PlanoHolidayLights and we will be sure to add to the page!

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