Thanks for stopping by, and welcome to Blink Midwinter! The 2015 show is over but planning is under way for 2016. It’ll be changed up quite a bit if everything falls in place. Yeah, we know, last year’s realities happened while we were busy making other plans. Follow us on Facebook for updates.

In this little corner of the web we started sharing our Christmas lights displays beginning in 2008. In Christmas’ past, our displays were very modest and static, with unlit window wreaths, and either mini lights in shrubs or floodlights on the house.

We kicked it up a notch in 2008, thanks to computer software and hardware that lets you to animate the lights to music broadcast via a low power in-house FM transmitter, supportive neighbors and awesome communities of Christmas lights enthusiasts both on-line and around metro Atlanta. It will be a few seasons before our display is large enough to be seen from space (yes, they can see ’em), but we’re working on it.

Canine Assistants

Blink Midwinter supports Canine Assistants in their tireless dedication to raising and training service and seizure response dogs. Since there is no charge to the recipients of these dogs, this non-profit organization depends on donations to continue this life changing work. If you’re curious about their mission or wish to express appreciation for the show, donations can be made directly to Canine Assistants on their website.