LISBON, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Some may say that James Caron of Lisbon is a miniature version of Clark Griswold, and he would take that as a compliment.
For the last few years, starting on November 1, Caron is out in his front yard on Crest Ave. assembling his 25,000 LED Christmas lights. After 40 hours of physical labor, Caron then starts working on his music playlist that syncs up to the lights. Each song on his 20-song playlist takes 6-10 hours to program and coordinate on his computer, but Caron says it's all worth it.
People who visit his home at 13 Crest Ave. in Lisbon are encouraged to leave non-perishable food items and/or toiletries in a blue bin that's placed at the end of Caron's driveway each night during the light show. All the donations will be taken to the Ronald McDonald House. For those who want to check out the lights from the comfort of their warm car, tune into 107.1FM to listen along.
More information on what nights and what time you can see the show is available on Caron's Facebook page.