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Follow the judges’ Light Tour route

See if you can make it to all 29 Santa Clarita Valley stops in one night

Posted: December 15, 2012 2:00 a.m.
Updated: December 15, 2012 2:00 a.m.
Emma Tisdell, 8 1/2, left holds Buddy, a rescue puppy as brother Spencer, 6, passes out popcorn to the judges during the annual Holiday Light Tour judging evening.  Emma Tisdell, 8 1/2, left holds Buddy, a rescue puppy as brother Spencer, 6, passes out popcorn to the judges during the annual Holiday Light Tour judging evening. 
Emma Tisdell, 8 1/2, left holds Buddy, a rescue puppy as brother Spencer, 6, passes out popcorn to the judges during the annual Holiday Light Tour judging evening. 

1. Willcox, 32451 Sierra Oak Trail, Castaic 91384

Lighted Christmas Tree 13 feet in height with 32 strings of light. All of the lights are synchronized to music. The music is broadcast to the street via a local FM Stereo signal. Musical selections include modern Trans-Siberian songs along with classic Johnny Mathis and Mel Torme and a special Christmas musical surprise.

2. Tisdell, 30523 Deed Ave., Castaic 91387

More than 40,000 lights synchronized to music. The “Believe” show runs for 12 minutes. With dancing trees soaring 20-plus feet, skiing snowmen and a full size gingerbread house.

3. James, 29110 Highplains Court, Castaic, 91384.

Penguins vs. Flamingos. Home designed cutouts of penguins and flamingos are having a playful snowball fight.

4. Eli Hallak, 25086 Cotton Blossom Lane, Stevenson Ranch 91381.

It’s a Christmas light wonderland! Computerized lights dancing to music over our FM radio station, Ferris wheel, see-saw, merry-go-round.

5. Hasson, 25851 Royal Oaks Road, Stevenson Ranch, 91381.

Light Show Extravaganza. Dance and sing along to this choreographed light show spectacular.

6. McDiffetts, 24225 Vista Ridge Drive, Newhall (cross street Wiley Canyon). Toy Soldier tribute to SCV marching bands with 11 toy soldiers.

7. Haywood, 23717 Adamsboro Drive, Newhall.

The lights on the yard dance to classic holiday songs all night. “Nightmare Before Christmas” characters Jack Skellington, Sally, Oogie Boogie, and the Mayor. Tune your radio to 107.7 to hear all of the great music

8. Wood Family, 21916 Placeritos Blvd., Newhall.

More than 9,500 lights.

9. Street entry, 29515 Alyssum Lane, cross street Narcissus Crest, Canyon Country

All eight houses on the cul-de-sac are covered with lights and lawn ornaments.

10. Winchester, 28439 Alder Peak Ave., Canyon Country.

This is a show for the grandkids. Set to Christmas music with more than 25,000 lights.

11. Hobbs, 26439 Misty Ridge Place, Canyon Country CA 91387.

Enjoy more than 30,000 dancing lights, hand carved and painted figures along with a “Hidden Holiday Mickey.” Set to five holiday Christmas songs you can sing along in your car by tuning into FM 107.9. Daily showings from 5:15 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

12. Maddux, 19121 Dalton St., Newhall.

Tune to radio station 99.1 FM. The lights dance to music every 15 minutes with shows from 5:30 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. every night. The shows will run through the end of the year. Collecting non-perishable food items for Help The Children.

13. Tolentino’s White Christmas, 19715 Koji Court, Canyon Country 91351.

Let it snow! View this Christmas lights spectacular with more than 20,000 lights every evening from 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. The forecast calls for snow every half an hour starting at 6:30 p.m. with the last snow fall at 930 p.m.

14. Leidholdt, 19665 Lonerock Street, Canyon Country 91351.

More than 40,000 Christmas lights synced to Christmas music. Visit the Grinch, Spongebob, Homer and Rudolph. The lights come on at 6 p.m.

15. Molster, 19709 Ermine St., Canyon Country (cross street Whites Canyon and Ashboro).

Light show, hand crafted displays, custom nativity scene, lots of lights and fun.

16. Tyrees, 20008 Drasin Drive, Canyon Country 91351

A celebration of Christmas in a forest of lit trees featuring more than 10,000 lights. In addition to the display in front, check out the 40-foot tree with 4-foot star from Soledad Canyon between Golden Valley and Camp Plenty. Look to the north on the top of the hill.

17. Dale A., 20102 Drasin Drive, Canyon Country 91351

More than 15,000 Christmas lights synchronized to Christmas songs broadcasting to your radio on 99.1 FM. Light Show runs from 6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. daily until Christmas.

18. Street entry Canterwood/Cross Creek in Saugus, off Copper Hill and Buckhorn, next to Benz Street, past Haskell Canyon.

Lights, snow, Christmas trees, sledding, garland, ornaments, candy canes, and community spirit with a Christmas tree in the cul de sac.

19. Frost Family Christmas... In Memory of Joel Frost, 21633 Masterson Court, Saugus 91350.

The family wrote: “We have been part of the Santa Clarita light contest since the beginning.

Together our family has worked hard decorating for Christmas for more than 20 years. Each year we add more and do something new. Come visit the North Pole and see the fabulous light show. All lawn decorations were handmade by us throughout the years. This year is special for us as we lost Joel (our dad and husband) the one who kept the tradition going year after year. In honor of him and his Christmas spirit the three of us are giving it one last hurrah. As one neighborhood boy wrote to all our neighbors ‘He was the spirit of Christmas, a lot of you may or may not have known him but he was a nice person and a good man.’ Merry Christmas in loving memory of Joel Frost.

20. Street entry, 21938 Wakefield Court, off of Copper Hill and Hasley Canyon, Saugus.

On the weekends come early or go late. Long lines to get onto the street. Bring toys to benefit Boys & Girls Club of SCV and donations for the Bridges to Home homeless shelter.

21. Street entry, 22514 Ash Court, Saugus. Bring food for Help the Children.

22. Caple, 22112 Altair Lane, Saugus 91390 (cross streets Discovery Ridge Drive at the end of Seco Canyon Road)

Thousands and thousands of lights synchronized to music, nativity scene, 15 foot hot air balloon with Santa, candy canes, blow ups, snowmen, elves, and light up ornaments.

23. Kleszcz, 23258 Chervil Court, Valencia 91354.

Santa sits in the driveway and waves to passersby. Corner home features 42,000 lights with handmade decorations.

24. Street entry, 27721 Essex Place, Valencia.

Can you find Rudolph before you leave?

25. Hannemann, 23501 Clearidge Drive, Valencia (cross streets Grandview and Welshfield).

What could be more special than visiting Santa’s house at the North Pole? Stop by and check out the delicious gingerbread house and see where Santa’s elves are hiding. If you are lucky you may catch sight of Santa. He is scheduled to be outside the evenings of Dec. 15 and 23 (weather permitting).

26. Evanoff, 27363 Landon Place, Valencia.

Enjoy a very classic Christmas display with thousands of white lights and decorated trees.

27. Ferguson, 27324 Chesterfield Drive, Valencia 91354.

The lights might not dance to music but the candy cane colored winter wonderland delights young and old. Come see Mickey, Minnie, Pooh, Piglet and Eeyore ice-skate. Also Tigger, Tinkerbell and Goofy, too. Children love to dance with the singing snowman.

28. Deloria, 27121 Candington Court, Valencia.

A family tradition in which the whole family helps set up more than 10,000 lights in a display synchronized to classic Christmas music.

29. Nana L., 26833 Lugar De Oro Drive, Valencia.

Lights dancing to music in this festive holiday display.



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