Clark Darby, of North Syracuse, brought his grandchildren to see the light show on Dec. 17. "It's awesome!" his grandchildren yelled from the backseat. Their favorite song: Alvin and the Chipmunk's Christmas Song.
Ken Briggs and Michelle Fitzsimmons, of Clay, live around the corner from the Scicchitano's and also stopped by Harriet Fisher Drive to catch the light show. "This is the third time we've been here already," Briggs said. "It's really neat."
"Each year we expand with new decorations or new sequences, so it gets better and better each year," Scicchitano said. "This year, the newest addition to the show is Santa's Workshop. People have been getting a kick out of it, so it's great."
The light show officially ends Jan.1, so stop by Scicchitano's front yard at 5211 Harriet Fisher Drive in Clay during the peak of this holiday season. The sequenced light shows run continuously from 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 6 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.