The Geek Lights on the Corner Christmas lights and music show will run from Monday, December 2 to January 5
BLUEWATER BAY — Preparations are underway for Season 12 of the Geek Lights on the Corner Christmas lights and music show.
The Geek Lights consists of Christmas lights and other themed display elements, all under computer control and synchronized to music. Each show opens with a story to set the mood, followed by about 25 minutes of music and dancing lights,
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FOR A SNEAK PREVIEW of the show, check out one of the previous presentations
Public performances of the show will begin Dec. 2 and will run each night through Jan. 5. The free performances take place at the corner of Bluewater Boulevard and Antiqua Way in Bluewater Bay.
Shows begin every 30 minutes starting at 6 p.m. with the last show starting at 9:30 p.m. Sunday-Thursday, and 10:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays.
The Geek Lights on the Corner has selected Sharing & Caring of Niceville as the Season 12 donation recipient. There will be a collection box in the viewing area throughout the season, with 100% of the money collected going to support the mission of Sharing & Caring.
“We are so grateful for the support Geek Lights is providing to us this holiday season,” said Claire Jones, president of Sharing & Caring of Niceville, “The generosity and donations will allow us to continue serving those in need in our community.”
The show is the technical wizardry of Jeff Werner, the “Northwest Florida Geek” and Wendy Werner, his “Spouse Peripheral.” Jeff is author of the weekly computers and technology Q&A feature, “It’s Geek to Me,” which appears Saturdays in the Northwest Florida Daily News, online at ItsGeekToMe.co, and in other newspapers across the country.
You can follow the progress of the build, learn how to help, and get up-to-the-minute schedule information on the show’s page at Facebook.com/GeekLightsOnTheCorner.