LightUpGeneva is a computer controlled animated light display featuring 640 channels controlling over 140,000 lights, synchronized to music which is broadcast over 89.9 radio. Technical Details
Jack and Crystal are our animated snowmen that are the announcers and news correspondent who tell the history of the candy cane and the Christmas tree and other traditions while telling a few jokes. About the Display
GSG 4 Making Memories stands for "God’s Sustaining Gifts" and is the name of the companies that we created while developing wind farms in Illinois. Why We Do It
Coming up on December 20, 2013 from 6-8 p.m., you will get a chance to walk inside the fence, surrounded by the lights, for $2 per person or $5 per family. Funds raised go towards supporting The Well, a local church in Geneva, IL.
Congratulations to the winners of Mill Creek's 2012 Holiday Lighting Contest! We would like to thank all of the homeowners who participated and thanks to everyone who voted! Happy Holidays!
Bruce Papiech, a wind-farm developer in Geneva, Ill., went all-LED this season in his most elaborate holiday display ever: an extravaganza of more than 100,000 shimmering lights, choreographed via computer to Christmas carols.Several contractors assembled the display over seven weeks.
"I can literally plug everything into a single outlet," says Mr. Papiech, 59 years old, who estimated he is using less than 20 amps of electricity compared to the 100 he would need with incandescent lights.