Christmas Tree Lane is a Fresno staple. Take a look at this 360-view from YourCentralValley as thousands of residents visit.
Christmas Tree Lane is a tradition in the Central Valley that’s nearly 100 years old. The homes and trees along Van Ness Boulevard in Fresno’s Fig Garden neighborhood are decorated in their holiday best. Check out this great video on the Valley PBS website by clicking here.
Thousands enjoyed the last “walk only” night at Christmas Tree Lane, celebrating its 96th year. 25 days each December, circuit breakers activate what Dean Alexander calls the longest Christmas Tree Lane in the world. Turning on two miles worth of Christmas lights from Shields to Shaw. And what a sight they are, bringing out the holiday cheer. Read the rest of this story on yourcentralvalley.com
California – It’s going to be a holly jolly Christmas — Hermey and Rudolph are back home at Fresno’s Christmas Tree Lane. Authorities found them after chasing a wanted suspect in central Fresno Wednesday morning. Read the rest of the story on yourcentralvalley.com
For a 96th year a 2-mile stretch of northwest Fresno is glowing.
Van Ness Avenue in the Old Fig neighborhood has been transformed into Christmas Tree Lane where thousands of lights and decorations are on display. You can read the rest of this story on ABC30’s website by clicking here.
A Fresno tradition continues on Van Ness Blvd through Christmas Day.
Christmas Tree Lane opened Saturday, December 1st, when the first of two walk nights took place.
Walk Nights allow friends and family to casually stroll down Van Ness Blvd. to view all the Christmas decorations without any cars from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
The second Christmas Tree Lane Walk Night takes place Tuesday, December 11th. See the article on the KMPH FOX26 website by clicking here.
Check out this great video of the 2018 Walk Nights on Fresno Bee’s website by clicking here.
Lights are turning on and decorations are going up along Van Ness in Fresno. Despite rainy weather, it was business as usual for homeowners gearing up for a time honored tradition. “Hundreds of thousands. I mean there’s so many light,” volunteer Mike George said as he was getting Christmas Tree Lane set up Thursday. It was his 21st year taking part in the event. Read the rest of the story on yourcentralvalley.com
Christmas Tree Lane is set to open for the 98th [sic] time this weekend.
It opens to the public free of charge on Saturday, December 1, 2018 and runs from 6 p.m – 11 p.m.
This will also be a walk night, so no vehicles will be allowed to drive on Van Ness Blvd between Shields and Shaw Avenues.
A second walk night is scheduled for Tuesday, December 11 from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.
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