Clovis is launching Santa Claus Lane in two weeks


Clovis Festival of Lights at Ladera Ranch announced Thursday the opening of Santa Claus Lane on Nov. 24.

“The past two years, we have featured 16 homes in our computer-animated Christmas light show. This year we are excited to announce that we have completed our first expansion of Santa Claus Lane to 34 houses total by adding 2 more streets,” officials said.

Santa Claus Lane is in the Southeast neighborhood of Gettysburg and Locan avenues.

To view the light show, drivers may enter off Gettysburg Avenue by turning south on Kaweah Avenue.

Santa Claus Lane features 12 songs across many different genres.

People can either drive or walk down Santa Claus Lane every night starting Nov. 24 through New Year’s Eve.

It runs from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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