Over 50,000 Lights in NE Cedar Rapids

For as long as I can remember, my father Ron Frerick has been known in Cedar Rapids for his Christmas displays! He's almost 70 and he's still out there stringing lights. I created this video tribute to his display this year!

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KB Sisco says ... on Monday, Dec 3 at 4:12 PM

I'd love to drive by and see this amazing display...where do I go on the NE side of town? Thanks!

DO says ... on Thursday, Dec 6 at 6:25 PM

This looks like one of my 2 favorite displays that I visit every year. It is located on Milburn Rd (between Tower Terrace and Blairs Ferry Rd). The display was up last Friday night but not turned on. Also visit the "horseshoe" off Hall Rd/Tower Ter.

Tim says ... on Thursday, Dec 6 at 8:00 PM

Watch the video it lists the address in the first 10 seconds

joe says ... on Friday, Dec 7 at 8:47 PM

i live in marion where do i find the christmas lights at?

Wonderful Displays says ... on Tuesday, Dec 10 at 4:50 AM

Wonderful Displays all over Richland Heights In Urbana! Great small town to look at the displays!

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