Tune in for the Klooz Christmas show

Casey Touloukian | The Lebanon ReporterLIGHT SHOW: Motorists are encouraged to drive by the Klooz home with their radio stations set to FM Channel 99.1 for a synchronized light and music show.

Patrick and Jamie Lyn Klooz are Lebanon residents with lots of holiday spirit.

This is the second year that they have put on a Klooz Christmas Lights show. Their home is on Busby Street, between North East and Park streets. And it's adorned with more than 3,500 lights.

The light show is set up to connect to a radio station, synchronizing the flashing of the lights with the holiday music playing on the radio. Tune in to FM Channel 99.1 while experiencing the light show in person.

"It all started the day after Christmas," Patrick Klooz said.

That's when Patrick and Jamie start purchasing their lights, saying they start purchasing lights with no big picture in mind of how they want it to turn out. They start setting them up two weeks before Thanksgiving.

The synchronizing is a different story. For this part of the set up, they start in July. Patrick said it takes roughly four hours for one song. He works on putting this together from 7 to 11 p.m. "so it doesn't cut into family time."

Patrick picks which songs they are going to play over their home FM transmitter.

"Her favorite, I put in there," he said. "I try to relate to kids and also adults."

Not only is family thought of when picking the songs, family is also thought of while decorating.

"We like to decorate for our son," Jamie said.

Patrick's uncle helped him put the lights up on the roof and they do not do the big inflatable holiday decorations.

"Most everything that is out there is homemade," Patrick said.

This year the Klooz family released a video on their personal Facebook page to get the word out. The video has grown to 10,000 views and climbing, with more than 170 shares.

The hours of the light show are from 5:30 to 11 p.m. on Sunday through Thursday and 5:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. The Klooz family advises motorists coming to see the show to travel toward Park Street instead of toward North East Street.