North Kensico Avenue light show draws neighbors on Christmas Eve

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The famed North Kensico Light Show was on display once again in Westchester.

The holiday tradition started in 2008 when Chuck Berringer's house started looking like a giant gingerbread house.

Since then, the home has grown into a winter wonderland featuring light displays with candy canes, Santa and gingerbread.

Neighbors flocked to North Kensico Avenue in White Plains to see the house filled with Christmas lights. The tradition even led three other houses on the block to decorate too.

Berringer says that he grew up going to see Christmas lights with his family and wanted to be the homeowner who displayed the lights during the holidays.

He says his display features 10,000 lights, which takes about a week and a half to put on display.

 

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