Fort Myers Holiday House shines for 59th year

Reporter: John Trierweiler Photographer: Nick Culotta Producer: Annie Richards
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FORT MYERS, Fla. – The corner of First and Fowler in downtown Fort Myers is once again a little brighter as the Fort Myers Woman’s Community Club has decorated two historical homes.

This years theme is “Christmas in Tropical Paradise,” and both the historic Burroughs and Langford-Kingston Homes in downtown are decorated accordingly by Woman’s Community Club members. Both the inside and outside of each home are decked out with more than 100,000 lights, the palm tree’s on the property have 6,000 lights alone.

The Fort Myers Woman’s Community Club continues this tradition since 1956 as a gift to the community, as funds are turned back and donated to the historical preservation of both the Burroughs and Langford-Kingston Homes. Admission is $5 and children under 10 and veterans are free.

Christmas week is the final week of viewing for both houses, viewing runs 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on December 21st, 22nd and 23rd. To learn more about the Fort Myers Woman’s Community Club and their projects, click here.


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