Volunteers are being sought to help construct the 2015 Geek Lights on the Corner Christmas display for the upcoming Christmas season. The display is located in Bluewater Bay.
The first community build day is Saturday, Nov. 7, beginning at 9 a.m. The second community build day is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 21, 9 a.m.
“As always, we are seeking people to come on out and help set up this year’s Geek Lights on the Corner!” Jeff Werner, aka “The Geek,” posted on his Facebook event page.
“Come be a part of this year’s show! Get to know The Geek and Spouse Peripheral, and join our inner-circle of friends, and most importantly, contribute to the success of Geek Lights on the Corner Season #8!!!”
Werner said new volunteers are needed to help prepare the display for public viewing this year because several past volunteers will not be available for the Nov. 7 build day. No special technical skills are required and there is no climbing or heavy lifting involved.
Among other things, volunteers will be helping put up the display’s mega tree, working on an LED upgrade for the display’s Merry Christmas sign, and preparing lights and a frame for the new wall of color.
Werner said the build day will be held rain or shine. If there is rain participants will work indoors.
The elaborate Christmas lights display, at the home of Bluewater residents Jeff and Wendy Werner, is a full-on computer-animated lights and music show synchronized to a wide range of music. The display, now in its 8th season, attracts thousands of onlookers each year. Public performances begin on Nov. 30.
A donation box is located at the display site and 100 percent of the proceeds are donated to a worthy cause each year. This year’s donations will benefit H.E.A.R.T. Animal Rescue Inc.
Geek Lights on the Corner is located at 201 Antiqua Way in Bluewater Bay (at the corner of Bluewater Blvd and Antiqua Way).