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Christmas lights around SWLA

Christmas Lights (Source: Facebook) Christmas Lights (Source: Facebook)
SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA (KPLC) -

The following is a list of Christmas light displays around Southwest Louisiana:

Mobile users, click HERE.

Lake Charles

Lake Charles Civic Center
900 Lakeshore Drive

Prien Lake Park
3700 West Prien Lake Road

Trinity Baptist Church
1800 Country Club Road

4320 Howard St.
Tune your car radio to 93.1FM

4018 Gennessee Street

Sulphur

The Grove at Heritage Square
1211 Ruth Street

Pecan Street neighborhood

Sulphur's Christmas of the Hill
2151 Lynn Trahan Road

Carlyss

Carlyss Light Show Spectacular
1372 Carl Lyons Road

Lawton Christmas Display
Choupique Road

Moss Bluff

Cruze's Christmas light show
Tune your car radio to 88.1FM from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. until Dec. 31
2193 W. Armand St.

The Matte Family Christmas light show
Tune your car radio to 88.1FM from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. until Jan. 7, 2017
1345 Mohican Drive
A donation box for St. Jude Children's Hospital is placed in front of the display for anyone who would like to donate.

Jennings

Founder's Park
Main Street

Lake Arthur

LeJeune's House of Lights
Tune your card radio to 91.7FM from 6 p.m. to Midnight (weather permitting)
515 Mill Street

Children are welcome to get down and take pictures with the ornaments. People can also leave non-perishable items in a wagon, which will be distributed to needy families in the community.

Roanoke

Mason and Debbie LeJeune 
7048 Sandy Hill Road

DeRidder

Downtown DeRidder Christmas Light Show, until Jan. 3, 2017.
Tune your car radio to 101.FM

Rosepine

The McMahon Family's "Spirit of Christmas" light show
114 McCain Road, Yankee Ridge Estates.

Crowley

3,000 Dazzling Holiday Lights dancing to festive holiday music.
Tune your car radio to 93.3FM from 5:30 p.m. to Midnight beginning Thursday, Dec. 1 until Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017, as you drive through Crowley's Historical Downtown, Main Street and Parkerson Avenue.
Check out this YouTube video, click HERE.

Orange, Texas

Shangri La Botanical Gardens and Nature Center - Dreaming of a Green Christmas
2111 West Park Avenue
Orange, TX 77630
Visitors can stroll through Shangri La’s gardens to enjoy beautiful community-decorate Christmas trees along with other seasonal decorations and flowers. For more info, call 409-670-9113 or visit its website, HERE.

Do you know of other light shows or other spectacular light displays in the area? Let us know about them and where they are at newmedia@kplctv.com. Include a web or Facebook address if you have one.

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