WEST SEATTLE CHRISTMAS LIGHTS: Menashe Family’s ‘mini’-display

This year’s mini-display at the Menashe Family‘s home (5605 Beach Drive SW) would qualify as maxi at any other house, but if you are familiar with their usual all-out display, you know these are lights-lite. As we reported last week, the family decided to lighten the display this year so as not to draw crowds and put people at risk of spreading COVID. But they didn’t want to go entirely light-free, so the family put up these decorations last weekend. We stopped by and talked with Josh and Jack Menashe:

They said the family talked about it for two months before deciding to have some decorations up. They stress that you’re welcome to come look but please do it from your car.

They’re hopeful that next year, they’ll be able to go back to the big display they’re known for.

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2 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE CHRISTMAS LIGHTS: Menashe Family's 'mini'-display"

  • Mary December 2, 2020 (9:32 pm)

    Thank you for years of smiles and joy.  You are the best. Stay healthy and Merry Christmas. 

  • Richard Maloney December 3, 2020 (3:48 am)

    Those who worry about higher tides invading waterfront properties should do all they can to abate global warming.

    Less is more. Good choice to tone it down!

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