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If you're in the mood for some holiday cheer, why not take a ride around town and look at the lights? Here's a roundup of Plainfield-area streets and homes with outdoor Christmas light displays:
- 13905 Trillium Ln.
- 12941 Greenfield Dr.
- Hawks Bill Lane
- Bower Court
- Arbor Falls Lane
- Lobelia Lane/Lobelia Court
- Brunswick Drive
- Skyline Drive
- 15313 S. Corbin - boasts 15 beautifully lit Christmas trees
- 2122 Stafford Ct.
- 2107 Stafford Ct.
- 7603 Heatherstone Ln.
- 15001 S. Des Plaines St.
- 15621 Portage Ln.
One home, 12941 Greenfield Dr., has its lights synchronized to music, according to the owner. "Our Christmas lights are synchronized to music, not your off-the-shelf setup, but completely customized with music we chose," he commented on Patch. For more info on the Greenfield Drive house, visit its website, www.plainfieldchristmas.com, for photos, videos and other fun stuff.
The Hambly house at 15001 S. DesPlaines St. has 7,000 lights computer-synchronized to music; hop in the car, then tune in at 88.5 FM to listen from 5 to 10 p.m. every night.
If you're in the mood to venture outside of Plainfield, you can also head over to Shorewood, where another home — 1811 Wintercrest Ct. — also has a light display synchronized to holiday music.
In Joliet, stop by 3111 Evergreen Dr. (located behind the Honda dealership across from the Louis Joliet Mall) to see 17,000 lights synchronized to music. The show is from 5 to 10 p.m. every night through the end of December. Tune in to 88.5 FM to hear the music.
Click on the map for the locations of Plainfield's holiday homes.
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- Holiday light recycling at the Plainfield Public Library: Drop off unwanted/non-functioning string lights Dec. 2 to Feb. 6 at the library.