Penguin express rolling

Ken Berry has painted up his Penguin Express train for the new Christmas lights season of fundraising for the CDC.

Ken Berry has painted up his Penguin Express train for the new Christmas lights season of fundraising for the Child Development Centre.

There is a little bird house in front of the Berry’s home at 142 Country Club Boulevard where people can make their donations. The Berry’s have been lighting up their home with penguin theme displays for charity since 1999.

The spectacular displays include penguins wrapping presents, sledding, playing hockey, Santa in his tree house, reindeer, penguins playing music, and more.

Lights at the Berry’s Christmas House will be turned on every night from 5 to 11 p.m. each day until at least Jan. 4.

New venues are added every few days so there is always something new to see, to encourage more visits and donations for the CDC.

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