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Welcome to Lewischristmas.com

The only Light show in New England where
You can use your Smart Phone to
choose the next song from our Play List.


We have 25 Christmas Songs that dance to our Light Show

The Providence Journal referred to our light show as
"... a high-tech marvel,"
Dec 18,2014

***** Big Changes in our Display this year *****
*We have over 400 Channels of Computer animation
we added a set of RGB Leaping arches, 5 RGB Shooting Stars,
 fixed the Sag in our Gaint Christmas Tree and
raised our 16.5 Screen higher, to make it easier to see **

In 2014 we  added 12 Cosmic Color Ribbons for our 16.5 Foot Screen*

8 Cosmic Color Pixels to upgrade our Christmas Tree
10 Mini Trees with Cosmic Color Pixels
Hope you enjoy the new features and thank you everyone 

Lewis Christmas 2014

(Picture of house as of 11/20/2014)

Christmas Light Schedule:

Friday, November 27th thru Thursday, December 31st
5:00pm to 8:55pm Sunday thru Thursday and
5:00pm to 9:30pm Friday and Saturday and
(All times are approximate and weather permitting of course.)

If you are stopping to enjoy the Christmas Lights, we ask that you remember to please be very careful as Post Road is a very busy road.  

 PLEASE TAKE NOTE: Do not block our neighbors' driveways.  We like our neighbors and want them to like us.  You can go to the top of the intersection and turn left or right and enjoy the rest of the lights in the neighborhood.


We are accepting donations for the The Autism Project for 2015 Season .

Thank you together we raised:

2014 -- $ 826 | 2013 -- $ 350 | 2012 -- $ 350  | 2011  -- $ 250  2010 -- $ 415  |  2009 -- $ 100
West Bay Community Action

You can also donate to The Autism Project by going
to their donation web site and donate thru paypal.

The display is located 12 Shenandoah Road, Warwick, RI  02886

We have always enjoyed decorating our home as a family event.  We have been decorating our home since December 1996 but this is our most ambitious project yet.

2010 is the first year that we have used synchronized lights, to music broadcast on 106.9 FM radio via a low-powered FM transmitter. 


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