Once again, Dyker Heights is the epicenter of electric Christmas magic that will knock your stockings off!
Just after Thanksgiving, the Brooklyn neighborhood between 11th and 13th avenues and 83rd and 86th streets is converted into a winter paradise each Christmas season.
Crowds of all ages visit the neighborhood to view life-sized Santas, sleds, and snowmen, as well as aliens in sports cars, gigantic toy troops, and mountains of milk and cookies left for Santa Claus.
Subtlety is neglected. Every inch of the property is decorated with illuminated choirboys, angels, wreaths, and snowflakes, from the lawns to the rooftops.
This year, Lucy Spata, the longstanding leader of the renowned Dyker Heights holiday lights, did not disappoint.
Her residence features a North Pole utopia that might convince Santa Claus to relocate to Kings County.