North Texas Holiday Lights


Round up the family (and some snacks) for a memorable drive-thru adventure to see the holiday lights of North Texas.

Addison

Vitruvian Lights at Vitruvian Park 

Address: 3875 Ponte Avenue 

Addison, Texas 75001

Dates: November 27 – January 3, 2021

Arlington

Interlochen Lights

Address: 2001 Westwood Drive 

Arlington, Texas 76012

Dates: December 11 – 20, 2020

Bedford

Daystar Christmas

Address: 3901 Highway 121

Bedford, Texas 76021

Dates: November 26 – January 3, 2021

Dallas

Dallas Zoo Lights

Address: 650 South RL Thornton Freeway 

Dallas, Texas 75203

Dates: November 20 – January 3, 2021

Decatur

Radiance! A Holiday Light Spectacular at Joe Wheeler Park

Address: 3101 Farm Road 51

Decatur, Texas 76234

Dates: November 11 – January 3, 2021

Denison

Loy Lake Park

Address: 111 R C Vaughan Road

Denison, Texas 75020

Dates: November 27 – December 31, 2020

Fort Worth

Gift of Lights at Texas Motor Speedway

Address: 3545 Lone Star Circle

Fort Worth, Texas 76177

Dates: November 26 – January 3, 2021

Lights on Trail Creek

Address: 4941 Trail Creek Drive

Fort Worth, Texas 76244

Dates: November 26 – January 3, 2021

Frisco

Radiance! A Holiday Light Spectacular at Dr Pepper Ballpark

Address: 7300 Roughriders Trail

Frisco, Texas 75034

Dates: November 11 – January 3, 2021

Christmas in the Square

Address: 8843 Coleman Boulevard

Frisco, Texas 75034

Dates: November 27 – January 4, 2021

Glen Rose

Christmas Light Drive Thru at Oakdale Park

Address: 1019 North East Barnard Street

Glen Rose, Texas 76043

Dates: December 18 – December 29, 2020

Grand Prairie

Prairie Lights at Lynn Creek Park

Address: 5610 Lake Ridge Parkway

Grand Prairie, Texas 75052

Dates: November 26 – December 31, 2020

Grapevine

Christmas on Main Street

Address: 636 South Main Street

Grapevine, Texas 76051

Dates: November 23 – January 10, 2021

Little Elm

Magic of Lights at Little Elm Park

Address: 701 West Eldorado Parkway

Little Elm, Texas 75068

Dates: November 20 – January 2, 2021

Plano

Deerfield Holiday Lights at Deerfield Neighborhood

Address: 4549 Old Pond Drive

Plano, Texas 75024

Dates: December 1 – December 31, 2020

The Colony

The Colony Christmas Spectacular

Address: 4900 Blair Oaks Drive

The Colony, Texas 75056

Dates: December 5 – January 4, 2021

Tyler

Santa Land

Address: 11518 I-20 West

Tyler, Texas 75706

Dates: November 13 – January 4, 2021

Waxahachie

Tour of Lights

Address: 301 South Rogers Street 

Waxahachie, Texas 75165

Dates: December 4 – December 19, 2020

Weatherford

Radiance! A Holiday Light Spectacular by Parker County Sheriff’s Posse 

Address: 2251 Mineral Wells Hwy

Weatherford, Texas 76088

Dates: November 11 – January 3, 2021


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‘Tis the Season to Sell your Home


Contrary to popular belief, the holiday season – especially this holiday season – may actually be an ideal time to offer your North Texas home for sale! Why?

Contrary to popular belief, the holiday season – especially this holiday season – may actually be an ideal time to offer your North Texas home for sale! Why?

  • The average home sales price in North Texas is up almost 15 percent over this time last year.
  • Interest rates are at historic lows, which means buyers have more buying power than ever before.
  • Inventory of homes for sale remains at historic lows while showing activity is still tracking higher than this same time last year. 
  • Many people are still working from home, which means a lot of them may want more space, home offices, or just a change of scenery. Combined with lighter work schedules and less (anticipated) travel during the holidays, prospective buyers may use the extra time to search for a new home. 
  • Consumers who shop for a home during the holidays are serious, motivated buyers.
  • Typically there are even fewer homes on the market during the holiday season. Translation: less competition for you.
  • Homes “show” better when decorated for the holidays.
  • Many transferees are not able to wait until the spring market to buy. They are here now and need a home now.
  • By selling now, you’ll have an opportunity to be a non-contingent buyer during the spring, when many more houses will be for sale, which may mean lower prices. This could allow you to sell high and buy low.

To get started, visit daveperrymiller.com.

‘Tis the Season to Sell Your Home


Christmas Decorations At Front Door of House.

Contrary to popular belief, the holiday season – especially this holiday season – may actually be an ideal time to offer your North Texas home for sale! Why?

  • The average home sales price in North Texas is up almost 15 percent over this time last year.
  • Interest rates are at historic lows, which means buyers have more buying power than ever before.
  • Inventory of homes for sale remains at historic lows while showing activity is still tracking higher than this same time last year. 
  • Many people are still working from home, which means a lot of them may want more space, home offices, or just a change of scenery. Combined with lighter work schedules and less (anticipated) travel during the holidays, prospective buyers may use the extra time to search for a new home. 
  • Consumers who shop for a home during the holidays are serious, motivated buyers.
  • Typically there are even fewer homes on the market during the holiday season. Translation: less competition for you.
  • Homes “show” better when decorated for the holidays.
  • Many transferees are not able to wait until the spring market to buy. They are here now and need a home now.
  • By selling now, you’ll have an opportunity to be a non-contingent buyer during the spring, when many more houses will be for sale, which may mean lower prices. This could allow you to sell high and buy low.

To get started, visit daveperrymiller.com.

Last-Minute Halloween Decorations


 

Happy Halloween! If you’re getting into the spirit of the season late, there is still plenty of time to create some last-minute festive decorations to satisfy the ghouls and goblins knocking on your door.

 

We’ve gathered five easy, do-it-yourself crafts to suit your needs.

 

A Banner Time

 

Last-Minute Halloween Decorations

 

Grab some black cloth, a thin, wooden dowel and string or ribbon. Cut the fabric down to the size you’d like and trace the word, “Boo,” in the center. Cut out the letters. Then, hem the sides of the banner, except the top, by folding down the raw edges underneath. Use a hot-glue gun to secure the edges.

 

Fold the top of the banner down about an inch and carefully glue the edge in place, leaving enough room for the dowel to slide in. Insert the dowel and tie your string, yarn or ribbon at each end.

 

Light the Way

 

Last-Minute Halloween Decorations

 

An old candelabra at the thrift store and black tapered candles make for a creepy table spread with little effort.

 

Floating Ghosts

 

Last-Minute Halloween Decorations

 

A pack of white, black and orange balloons convey the Halloween spirit with ease. With a permanent marker, draw carved pumpkin faces on the orange balloons and some ghostly shapes on the white.

 

Creepy and Crawly

 

Last-Minute Halloween Decorations

 

Gummy worms — sour or plain — make simple drink accessories when frozen with ice.

 

Good Gourd

 

Last-Minute Halloween Decorations

 

For the simplest Halloween decor, purchase gourds at the grocery store. They’ll last through the holiday and be the perfect accessories for the autumn season.

 

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