For those who love holiday light displays, this might be considered a ‘MUST SEE’ home in the Snoqualmie Valley… complete with a singing reindeer, dancing lights – LOTS of lights!
Homeowner Alicia Messa said last year her home even had more lights, but due to some ‘neighborly issues,’ they scaled back the light count just slightly this year – to about 2,000 lights!
But it is still a show to behold – and it’s located in the new Tannerwood neighborhood (just off 140th near Twin Falls Middle School) of North Bend at 1730 Tannerwood Way SE. The lights are choreographed perfectly to multiple holiday songs, creating a bright, dancing home.
This year the Messas also have the full support of the new Tannerwood Homeowners Association, which gave them the go-ahead to light up the North Bend night sky this December.
Alicia said they are doing their best to consider the neighbors, who are slightly inconvenienced by the holiday lights and increased traffic stemming for those wanting to see the musical light display, so the show runs Sunday – Thursday from 4:30PM – 8:30PM and on Friday and Saturday from 4:30PM – 10PM.
Entire Neighborhood in on Festivities, Helping Those in Need
This Friday and Saturday, December 19th – December 20th, the entire Tannerwood neighborhood is getting into the holiday spirit and will be outside serving hot cocoa, coffee, hot cider and cookies to community members wishing to stop by and see the Messa’s special holiday light show. [Lots of local companies donated the treats, too, including Pioneer Coffee, Starbucks, QFC, Krispy Kreme, IGA and Tweed’s Cafe.]
During these weekend shows, Tannerwood residents will also be accepting food and cash donations for the Mt. Si Food Band, which distributes food to community members in need each Tuesday from 9:30AM – 6PM at 1550 Boalch Ave NW in North Bend.
The entire Snoqualmie Valley community is invited to stop by Tannerwood this Friday and Saturday night (December 19th & 20th) and see the Singing Reindeer and Dancing House lights set to multiple songs, including the fan favorite ‘Dominic the Donkey’ and just added, Frozen’s ‘Let it Go.’
And don’t forget to grab some refreshments and bring along some much-needed non-perishable food donations for the Mt. Si Food Bank.
See video clip of Messas ‘Let it Go’ Holiday Light Display HERE
See video clip of Messa’s ‘Dominic the Donkey’ Holiday Light Display HERE