Some of my Christmas links:
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Light-O-Rama (LOR) has the controllers (both prebuilt and kits) that receive the commands from the director / computer which turn the lights on and off, as well as fade, shimmer, and twinkle. Probably the most used software as well. By combining these two products you have complete control and the ability to sequence your shows to music as well as control any animation displays you may want to use. They also have a huge LOR community based forum that has about any answer you need as you start what will/may soon become an obsession.
Planet Christmas has a large amount of information pertaining to the control of Christmas lights. They also have a huge user based forum that will provide answers to your questions. They also publish an awesome magazine on the various aspects of Christmas lighting.
Judy Pancoast has that beautiful voice who sings "The House on Christmas Street". You can find her new latest cd "Christmas with Mrs. Claus" on her website as well as information about her Christmas tour. Obviously it's her voice you hear in the sequence, "the House on Christmas Street" which is performed repeatedly during the night.
Creative Displays carries great lighting products including my retrofit c9 LED bulbs, mini tree and mega tree lights.
If you want to add a special touch to your Christmas shows, the Demented Elf does voice overs that you can use to build your shows.
Peacock Road Tree Farm located in Laingsburg, Mi is all about fun. They even have reindeer. They are more than just a Christmas Tree farm. They host birthday parties and weddings as well. They participate in the Trees for Troops program sponsored by the Christmas Spirit Foundation. During the Halloween season you can take a ride out to the pumpkin patch to pick out your own pumpkin(s) to carve there or at home. And be sure to visit their synchronized to music Christmas show as well. Visit their website by using this link and tell them LakeVictoriaLights sent you there.
The Christmas Light Finder website is a world wide location locator for Christmas Light shows.
The Christmaslightshow website has a number of products related to Christmas Displays. I've procurred a number of items from Daryl and have had no problems purchasing from him.
Bronners which is located in Frankemuth Michigan claims to have the worlds largest Christmas store. Their website has a number of products related to Christmas Displays.