Patrick and Denise Dolan's Christmas decorations could earn the Affton School District $100,000. All they need is your vote!
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Thursday, December 8, 2011
Get out the lights and holly. Your decorating could net $100,000 to our schools.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to win a $100,000 gift to the St. Peters public schools. Patch.com is launching a nationwide contest to find the best dressed home in its Patch communities, and the winner’s school district will receive $100,000, no strings attached. Here’s how the contest works. Beginning on Dec. 8 and continuing through Dec. 26, you can nominate your home by uploading a photo to the contest entry form on the site. During that same time period you and your neighbors will also be able to vote for your favorite festive home. The winning entry will be forwarded to a national Patch judge that will select 24 finalists. Each finalist will receive $500 that they can apply to their December electric bill. From Dec. 30 through …
Sunday, November 20, 2011
Use our holiday light guide map to plan a night of family fun.
Each blue point on our holiday light guide map represents a particularly beautiful light display in the St. Louis region. Click on the blue points to find addresses, hours and details. As more parks, businesses and neighbors begin to deck the halls, send us your pictures of beautiful holiday light displays. We'll add them to the map so families can plan light-viewing outings. Send pictures, addresses and impressions of light displays to your local Patch or to Lindsay.Toler@patch.com. If you're on the road, tweet about it @StLouisLindsay.
Monday, December 20, 2010
Two holiday displays come with music through your car radio.
Holiday decor seems to be everywhere, but if you are looking for some really special displays this year, there are two stops in St. Peters worth noting. Grab a thermos of hot chocolate and hit the road. 3004 Ridgetop Court. This house is adorned with thousands of lights that blink, twinkle and dance in time with music. As you cruise by the Graham family's home, tune into 90.3 FM on your radio and enjoy the show without leaving your warm car. The homeowners run their show from 5 to 11 p.m. most nights. It will bedazzle until midnight on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. The family behind this seasonal spectacular wants to share the spirit; they have a website with a map and other display details. Jeff Graham coordinates and builds the …