Potters staffers put the finishing touches on the nursery’s Christmas light show

Potters shines on

Nursery's 192 Street location presents Christmas light display

After hours of installation and designing, Potter’s annual Christmas light show is up and running.

Workers put the final touches to the computerized light show last week and had it ready to go for Friday.

Perched on top of the store, the dazzling show has shining trees and dancing, flickering stars, moving in time to the music.

This year, designers added two new Christmas songs to the lineup, a feat that is more difficult than it sounds, as it takes more than five hours to program just a single minute of lights to the music.

And for those who are reluctant to leave the warmth of their car, Potters has synched their music with 105.5 FM, so people can tune in and watch the show from their cars. Although the show has more than 22,000 LED lights, the display runs for less than $5 an hour.

The show is free and runs every night from 4:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. until Christmas Eve.

Potters is located 19158 48 Ave.

For more information no the display or for driving directions, go to www.pottersonline.ca

 

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