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6529 W. Ocieo
6529 W. Ocieo Courtesy photo

Here are some of the Christmas lights displays we’ve heard about so far:

1122 N. Lawrence Court dark to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, dark to 10:30 or 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday depending on traffic

3805 E. Longview Lane (Lights on Longview Lane); 6 p.m. to midnight daily

143 E. Fourth, Goddard (Magic of Christmas); 6 to 10 p.m. daily, weather permitting

4620 S. Sycamore (Lights on Sycamore)

261 N. Robin Road

1812 S. Millwood; 6 to 10 p.m. daily; tune to 97.3 FM on the radio

6726 W. Ocieo St.; 5:30 p.m. to 6 a.m. through Dec. 31; tune to 106.9 FM on the radio

6529 W. Ocieo St.

5336 S. Gold; 6 to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, 6 p.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday; tune to 99.5 FM on the radio;

3231 N. Lake Ridge Court; lights synchronized to music

2 West Parkway

11 Sequoia

620 N. Stratford (Marshall Family Christmas Lights); through Jan. 6.

206 S. Miller, Potwin

914 Crestline

12602 E. Osie St.

1462 N. Coolidge

740 N. Sheridan

100 block North Pershing

5726 E. Perryton, Bel Aire

820 S. James, Maize

821 Opal, Maize

Mere Ridge, northeast corner of Ridge Road and West 21st Street

114 and 201 S. Coachhouse, and turning into Texas Street

Candy Cane Lane, 1000 block of North Azure Circle

1602 W. Browning, Andover

43 N. Mission, Eastborough

619 Goebel

14310 E. Castle Dr.

5079 SW Fulton Road, Towanda (“Lights of Kindness”)

10813 SW Tawakoni Road, Augusta

3721 Brummett

818 N. Cedar Park St.

9912 W. 18th St. North

12601 W 71st St. South, Clearwater

2529 N. High Point Circle, on Candy Cane Lane in Reflection Ridge

Do you know of others?

Let us know about displays of Christmas lights, whether it’s your own or one you’ve seen and enjoyed. E-mail the address and a brief description – and a photo if you have one – to Put “lights” in the subject line. You also can leave the address by calling 316-268-6596.

Reuse old lights and garland

The December issue of Woman’s Day magazine has these ideas for saving money by repurposing old or non-working Christmas decorations:

Jumbo colored bulbs that don’t light up anymore can be unscrewed and turned into exta ornaments with hanging wire, or stacked in a class vase.

Old tinsel and garland can be used to make mini wreaths with bows to wrap around glasses and napkins.

Check out thrift stores for decorations that people have gotten rid of.

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