Welcome to Cascade Christmas Lights, an animated home display of Christmas lights
that is computer controlled, located in Lebanon, Oregon. Our display has become a
family tradition each year.
The 2018 Christmas display will start on Thanksgiving Night November 22nd and runs
through the last night Tuesday Night Jan 1st. The show starts at 6pm nightly.
We have spent many hours creating a unique, fun and exciting display that is synchronized
music and lights. This year there are going to be many exciting surprised and additions
to the show!
The music is broadcast on a low power FM transmitter and you just tune to the FM
station and listen to the lights! There are outside speakers on until 10pm.
We hope you will come by and enjoy the display this year. This year’s Christmas lights
will be an experience to remember. We have an animated Snowman as the MC of the show,
and over 60,000 LED lights.
Come by and enjoy our “Light-a-Palooza” and help the Lebanon Kid Packs with a food
or cash donation!
Tune your Car Radio to 100.9 FM to Hear the Lights!
This year we are excited to be collecting donations for the Lebanon Kid Packs program.
We will be collecting cash and food donations.
This is a program that sends home backpacks full of food for the weekend for those
kids who might not otherwise get a nourishing meal over the weekend.
Click on the Lebanon Kid Pack Logo to find out more on their Facebook page.
Since the 2010 Christmas display, we have collected $10,780 in donations and 2,704
lbs of food for the Lebanon Soup Kitchen and Lebanon Kid Packs. We will continue
to collect money for our local organizations that help those in our community.
221 lbs of food and $1,552 in cash donations
188 lbs of food and $2,476 in cash donations
228 lbs of food and $1,401 in cash donations
595 lbs of food and $610 in cash donations
488 lbs of food and $1337 in cash donations
588 lbs of food and $1788 in cash donations
506 lbs of food and $1,164 in cash donations
111 lbs of food and $452 in cash donations
Thank you to everyone who helped to make the holidays just a little bit better for
those less fortunate. We are blessed to live in such a caring community.