WARREN,NJ - Christmas In Warren is becoming an annual tradition for many Warren residents.
A labor of love, Christmas in Warren is an animated computer controlled light display featuring over 20,000 LED Christmas lights synchronized to music using over 3000 digitally controlled channels.
For the past few years, the Klingert family of Briarwood Dr. West, have been running the show nightly from 5 - 10 p.m., weather permitting, Dec. 1 - Jan. 4. The show is gaining in popularity and now has a Facebook page that boasts over 1000 likes.
Each light is individually programmed to display a number of effects using Vixen Software. Over one mile of wire connects it all together. The light controllers and many of the lights and other features, are homemade.
The best approach to see the lights is driving to the end of Briarwood Dr. West. Tune to 92.7FM to listen when you see the dancing lights at 80 Briarwood Dr. West.
This year, donations are beng accepted to help support Quaid Mobus, who was injured in an ATV accident in September. With support and prayers from the community, it looks like he will be getting home in early January after over 100 days in the hospital/rehab due to his injuries.
You can also help support him and the family by sending Christmas cards to Quaid in the hospital. Send the cards to: Quaid Mobus, c/o: Kessler Institute,Room 2026, 1199 Pleasant Valley Way, West Orange, NJ 07052
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