Conselyea Street Christmas

projected lights change the color of this home, which showcases polar bears, characters from Rankin & Bass’s Rudolph the RedNosed Reindeer, and Santa hat clad cherubim Photo by: Lori Ann Doyon

There are many streets in our community that light up the spirit of the holiday season.  We hope to feature streets that rise to the season in subsequent years. This year we highlight Conselyea Street, and salute them for their consistency.  Each year houses on this block from Humboldt to Union have donned the yuletide each in a unique way.  If you missed taking a stroll here this year, here are some highlights.

Classic brick and evergreen and lights give off a charming glow to warm the heart. Photo by: Lori Ann Doyon
a rainbow of bulb lights with carolers in the window Photo by: Lori Ann Doyon
DeStefano’s Restaurant moved a block east, and continues to brighten the hearts of passersby with their holiday decorations.  If you looked up you’d see Santa and his sleigh pulled by a few reindeer that were secured to the parking sign and the restaurant’s roof. Photo by: Lori Ann Doyon
A nativity scene glows and shows a reason for the season. Photo by: Lori Ann Doyon

Author: The Greenline

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