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Some Other Places to Catch the Glow

December 20, 1990|ERIK HAMILTON

ANAHEIM

3196 E. Radcliffe Ave. A giant Nativity scene with children-sized figures is outlined by hundreds of lights.

IRVINE

15232 Nantes Circle. Thousands of multicolored lights--and the relative subtlety of the quiet surrounding neighborhood--make this house look like a Christmas supernova.

LA PALMA

The 7300 and 7400 blocks of Dallas Drive. Plenty of interesting lighting arrangements complement extensive decorations.

MISSION VIEJO

The 26500 block of Loma Verde. Sort of a little brother to the Fountain Valley neighborhood, this are goes all out with such things as Christmas and cartoon characters in front yards and on rooftops.

SANTA ANA

1520 E. Aspen St. A virtual winter wonderland with some 8,000 miniature lights, giant candy canes, and four plywood cutouts of snowmen representing the family that lives here.

2269 Santa Ana Ave. Along with a multitude of lights, more than 100 mechanical characters decorate the front yard.

WESTMINSTER

13101 Willamette St. Lots of cutout men in bowler hats and women in long coats and handwarmers transform this front yard into a Victorian winterscape. And if that's not enough, a patriotic display alongside features figures from American history. This is Orange County, after all.

YORBA LINDA

5518 Avenida Adobe. Many lights adorn the house while snowmen, carolers and reindeer join Santa in the front yard.

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