ROTHSCHILD, Wis. (WSAW) – A bright Christmas display is something you might be used to over Christmas, but for a Rothschild man, it’s only the beginning of months full of glittering pixels that are in sync with the music.
Thomas Mahar decided to put on a light show for Halloween this year after wanting to do so for the past five years. The light show is on Military St. between Louis and Urban streets.
Mahar said he sought advice from other people in the area who were doing shows. He said it might have been a smaller light show than the others, but he’s happy to be one of six in the area.
“As a firefighter for 10 years, you know you’ve become a public servant and you’re just trying to make other people happy no matter what you do, and if that can make someone forget all the rude hockey that is going on. unfold throughout the day, come back and sit here, listen to some music and just watch the lights ”, as Mahar shrugged and ended with an“ amen ”.
He said there were around 5,000 pixels. The light show starts around 4:30 p.m. and continues until 8:30 p.m. But Mahar said if people were still looking outside, we would replay it.
The synchronized light show lasts approximately one hour and 20 minutes. He said there were about 20 different songs on this piece. People tune 107.3 FM on the radio in their cars to listen to the songs.
He will have the light show every day until October 31st. Then he said he would start preparing for an even bigger light show for Christmas time.
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