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Candy Cane Lane

Candy Cane Lane

Candy Cane Lane

A home on Avenue E displays candy canes along with the rest of the street, which has been nicknamed “Candy Cane Lane.” Several neighborhoods in Billings and others around Yellowstone County come together in the holiday spirit with light displays.

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Thiel family Christmas lights

Thiel family Christmas lights

Shawn, Michelle, Kyle and Kyra Thiel stand on their front lawn ablaze with Christmas lights. The family lives at 3192 Ave. E, which is transformed this time of year into Candy Cane Lane. Residents hangs crossed candy canes on their homes along with other decorations.

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Lights at 3192 Ave. E on "Candy Cane Lane"

Lights at 3192 Ave. E on "Candy Cane Lane"

Shawn Thiel added candy cane fences around his yard and other lighted figures at 3192 Avenue E on "Candy Cane Lane" in Billings.

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The lights at 3065 Ave. E on Candy Cane Lane

The lights at 3065 Ave. E on Candy Cane Lane

The 3000 and 3100 blocks of Avenue E become Candy Cane Lane at Christmas. Residents decorate their homes with candy canes and other lighted decorations. After Sept. 11, 2001, some of the homes, like this one at 3065 Ave. E, added an American flag.

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Neighborhoods celebrate Christmas with lights

Neighborhoods celebrate Christmas with lights

Several Billings neighborhoods welcome holiday visitors with themed displays or special lighting events:

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Neighborhoods celebrate with special displays

Neighborhoods celebrate with special displays

Several Billings neighborhoods welcome holiday visitors with themed displays or special lighting events:

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Share the spirit: special displays

Some Billings residents have combined forces to set up themed displays or special lighting events in their neighborhoods.

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