This brand new Town Wide contest will give us the opportunity to show our holiday spirit with our families and our community while maintaining a safe social distance.
Clark W. Griswald – The Display you can see from Outer Space
Traditional – Light Display the captures the classic Holiday motif
Most Creative – Are you creative enough to have dancing lights to music?
Prizes will be awarded to the Winner and Runner-up in each category.
Entry fee is $20 per residence. All the proceeds will be donated to the Tommy Fund for Childhood Cancer.
Help us spread the holiday spirit and raise some money to combat childhood cancer!
Registration is NOT COMPLETE until you complete both steps:
1. REGISTER YOUR HOME using the button above
2. Process your payment using the PAY ENTRY FEE BUTTON above
If you prefer to have an invoice emailed please contact us at FFFCF1426@gmail.com.
We would like to thank EVERYONE who entered this year's "Light UP Fairfield" Holiday Lights Contest. Our judges were extremely impressed with the creative and festive displays around town. IN our books everyone is a winner.
Winner - Wendy Papageorge - 2011 Kings Highway East
Runner Up - Jason Savader - 160 Warde Terrace
Winner - Monique Jara - 426 Winnepoge Drive
Runner Up - Annie Velez - 412 Hemlock Road
Winner - Richard Pinto - 909 Kings Highway West, Southport
Runner Up - Alex Staikos - 235 lalley Blvd.
*Honorable Mention* Jeanne Hegedus - 37 Saxonwood Road
Eugene Halliwell - 226 Roseville Terrace
No Holiday Lighting season would be complete without a trip to Roseville to see the incredible display. We thought it only fitting to award this lifetime achievement award to the Halliwell's after so many years of bringing us the Christmas spirit!!
Laura Macca and the residents of Oyster Road. We didn't have a category for a whole neighborhood but we had to recognize this great neighborhood display. It truly shows that you can "Bring the Community Together While Staying Safely Apart ".