Bainbridge Circle Residents Put on Yearly Light Show

A Christmas tradition of putting up lights and decorations, has grown into local draw called Bainbridge Falls, bringing in spectators fro...


A Christmas tradition of putting up lights and decorations, has grown into local draw called Bainbridge Falls, bringing in spectators from Murrieta and other nearby cities.

Every year, the residents of Bainbridge Circle take Christmas decorating to another level, arranging their lights to flicker in coordination to the Christmas music played on 88.5 FM.

Beginning on Nov. 1, residents spend up to three and a half weeks decorating their homes with the help of a couple of engineers, who live on the block.

Starting on Thanksgiving, over 350,000 LED lights power up thanks to the use of 1,000 extension cords and 72 controllers. The light show goes on daily from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., through New Year's Eve.

Every year the attraction draws more visitors, which can number up in the thousands now.

For those interested in coming, you can park on one of the nearby streets and walk up and down the block. You can also drive down Bainbridge Circle while you listen to the Christmas music that the light show is coordinated to. Just make sure you dim or turn off your headlights, so spectators can enjoy the light show.


 
 
 

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