Monday, November 22, 2010

Christmas Street in Taylorsville

 Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house...

..the stockings were hung by
the chimney with care...
This is the story you will read as you drive up and down Christmas Street in Taylorsville. Each house has a billboard out in front of it that tells a different part of The Night Before Christmas story. Every house is decorated with decorations for the season. Kids of all ages will love looking at the lights, decorations, and reading the story.

...on Dasher, on Dancer, on Prancer,
and Vixen...
Their "lights on" begins the Saturday after Thanksgiving at 6pm, and is always FREE! As soon as the sun goes down, take a trip to Christmas Street and get in the holiday spirit! 

To get there:
Drive down 3200 West in Taylorsville. When you are close to 5400 South, you are going to want to watch for Royalwood Drive (5350 South). It is on the West side of 3200 West. Turn Westbound down Royalwood Drive (5350 South) and watch for Christmas Street on your left hand side. Christmas Street is 3310 West.

Here is a short daylight preview of some of the things you will see on Christmas Street this year.

 



12 comments:

  1. FYI--We went to Christmas street tonight (Friday, Nov. 26th) at 7 pm and none of the lights were on. The decor was up, but nothing turned on. Hopefully they'll start sooN!

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    1. The lights were turned on yesterday (Saturday)

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    2. The lights were turned on yesterday (Saturday)

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  2. Wendy, US TOO! We were SUPER excited! I will try to get more info on why they weren't turned on, and WHEN FOR SURE they will be! (My grandma lives a street over and will call them tomorrow to find out EXACTLY when!)

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  3. Wendy, it's TONIGHT, Saturday November 27th, at 6pm that they turn their lights on! :)

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  4. We just went to their LIGHTS ON, and it was awesome! :)

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  5. im excited to take my kids for the first time! my daughter is old enough to now understand that lights are fun :)

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  6. Yay! It's so much fun when kids get old enough to get excited about lights and Christmas! Have fun!

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  7. im excited to take my nephew. Its his first christmas that he actually knows whats going on

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