Midwood family transforms home into Hanukkah House

A Midwood family turned their home into what's now known as the Hanukkah House, and are lighting up their street for the Festival of Lights, which begins Thursday.

News 12 Staff

Dec 10, 2020, 3:44 PM

Updated 1,256 days ago

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A Midwood family turned their home into what's now known as the Hanukkah House, and are lighting up their street for the Festival of Lights, which begins Thursday.
Harrison Bryan says 20 years ago, his question regarding why there were no lights for Hanukkah turned into a tradition.
Gail Fuchs was the mastermind behind the lawn display. Her husband and designer and builder, David, to customize certain pieces with wood and metal.
This year, older sister Alyson brought a baby into the world and onto the lawn. As the Fuchs family grows, so does their Hanukkah display.
More and more children stop by to catch a glimpse of the Hanukkah Fairy Magic.
For more information about Bryan's Hanukkah musical, click here.


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