Deerfield, Gordons turn on the lights for Christmas

Looking for Christmas lights? Try the sparkling Deerfield neighborhood in Plano. One house to look for among the many decorated for the holidays is the Gordon Lights “Welcome Christmas” home display at 4665 Quincy Lane off  Ohio Drive, just north of Legacy and east of Preston Road. Once on Quincy, turn on your radio to 95.7 FM.

Gordon Lights collects money, gift cards and other donations on behalf of Operation Homefront and raised $5,000 last year. To see the light shows with music, click on http://gordonlights.com

To see the Deerfield neighborhood in lights and on video, please click on http://deerfieldplano.org,

Better yet, load up the family and drive over to Deerfield but go see the lights before the weekend because the neighborhood attracts big lines of cars during the holidays.

Message from the Gordons
“GordonLights, of course with the help of all its very generous visitors, raised over $5,000 in 2010 for Operation Homefront! Thank you very much for participating in this donation-raiser. When added to the amounts raised in previous years, that brings our grand total to over $17,000 dollars raised to date.

Let’s see what we can accomplish together this year!”

Warmest Regards,
Fabian and Ellen Gordon

By the numbers …
Putting on a show like this can be pretty involved and require lots of parts. Here are some statistics about our show you may find just a tad interesting:
Number of lights (total): Over 125,000
Number of lights (LED-based): About 95,000
Number of lights (all others): About 26,000
Number of LOR channels: Over 4,200 in use
Number of DMX Universes: About 64 (32,640 channels)
Number of extension cords: Over 1,600
Amount of wire used (all inclusive): Over 115,000 ft (roughly 21.8 miles)
Power consumption (EVERYTHING ON): 186 Amps

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Deerfield Christmas lights

Looking for Christmas lights?
Try the Deerfield neighborhood in Plano.
This Gordon Lights home display of Christmas lights at 4665 Quincy Lane is one of a few in the Deerfield neighborhood set to music for car radios. The home is situated at Quincy Lane off Ohio Drive, just north of Legacy and east of Preston Road. Once on Quincy, turn your radio to 95.7 FM. With the music, the show is even more impressive. Gordon Lights collects money, gift cards and other donations on behalf of Operation Homefront. … On Saturday, Dec. 18, Girl Scout Troop 501 will be at the home to sell hot chocolate to visitors from 7 to 9 p.m. Sales will be donation-based, and the proceeds will be added to the Operation Homefront collection. To see the light shows from earlier years with music, click on http://gordonlights.com/Videos/2009.asp

To see the Deerfield neighborhood in lights and on video, please click on http://deerfieldplano.org/

Better yet, load up the family and drive over to Deerfield but go see the lights before the weekend because the neighborhood attracts big lines of cars during the holidays.

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