Christmas in the Grove

Winner of ABC's "The Great Christmas Light Fight" Season 1 Episode 4 Christmas in the Grove grew from our family's love of Christmas time, and a youthful desire to someday have "One of those displays". The show begins on Thanksgiving night and runs through January 1 from 6:30 p.m.-10:00 p.m. Sunday - Thursday and 6:30 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. Friday - Saturday, weather permitted. Our show has evolved from simple animation in 2010, to a light show, choreographed to some of the greatest Christmas music ever! This year our new song is "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" by Mariah Carey! We'd like to thank our family, friends and extraordinary neighbors for their help, patience, kind words and inspiration. Our show would not have grown to be what it is without the smiles of all the children who come by and the wonderful feedback we've received. This season we are collecting donations to help support local patients who have ALS. All donations are graciously accepted with 100% going directly to those in need to help them with their financial burden. We hope and pray that one day we will defeat ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease). On behalf of our entire family we would like to wish you a Very Merry Christmas and hope we'll see you at Christmas in the Grove. �¢����Tony & Katie Paradowski


Added on Oct 17, 2011

Supporting Local ALS Patients

Christmas in the Grove has 150,000 Christmas lights with 12 years of experience from November 23 to January 1 between 6:30pm and 10:00pm.


Expanding our use of RGB Pixels. We now have over 8000!

When to See It

On at 6:30pm
Off at 10:00pm
Starting on November 23
Ending on January 1


Started in 2006
150000 lights
0 inflatables
85 controllers
11 songs


1428 Oak Grove Dr.,Decatur,GA 30033 US


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Tony and his family do a great job with their display. It is first class.

Beautifully done again this year (12-9-16)

This family goes above and beyond in their light show. Christmas in The Grove is nothing shy of a classy display that draws the viewer in with each synchronized light. The uniformity of each of these lights attracts viewers in and leaves them wanting more. A brightly lit pole serves the purpose of a donation tube, where the family takes donations for The ALS Foundation, 100% of the proceeds go to this foundation. Beyond the lights, the family alone makes the display that much better. The homeowner makes a point of coming out almost every single night to greet guests and answer the multitude of questions everyone has, no one can believe that he does it all himself! A display that can be considered artwork and a family that has such a passion for making others smile, this Christmas display stands alone, there is no comparison.