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Brothers Martin and Andrew Lindsay began installing lights from the young ages of about 9 years old at their parents house (4 Rosea Court, Thornhill).  The displays were designed, installed, and funded by the brothers with minor support from local sponsors.

They built their first computerized display in 2000 of which was a very experimental year.  A lot of thought, design, and money went into developing a safe, effective show. Check out the “technical” page for details. As the years progressed, the display grew so popular, police officers were needed to help direct traffic.

Fast forward to 2019 when the synchronized light show was reborn as Wild Cherry Lights (the street name on which it now lives).  Martin partnered with 3 neighbouring properties of which the lights were spread throughout.

The Lindsay brothers putting lights on an Evergreen tree in 1988 (at only 9 and 10 years old!). The tradition continued until the tree was more than 50  feet tall.

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