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Sharpsvillelights is a FREE computerized Christmas show where lights flash to the sound of music. 
The show has 120,000 lights spread over 2 acres and is controlled by 352 computer circuits.

The display is located in Sharpsville, Indiana which is 30 miles north of Carmel on US 31. 
A large lighted road sign on US 31 will point you in the direction of the show.  

The show runs from Saturday November 28 thru Wednesday December 30 and lasts 45 minutes. 
The hours are as follows 
Mon-Thu ............ 6-10:00
Fri-Sun ..............   6-11:00
Dec 21-Dec 25 ... 6-11:00    
The show consists of 10 songs which can be heard over 99.1 on your FM car radio. 
The songs in the show vary by the day of the week. 
See the About The Show tab for more information.

In the Spirit of Christmas

422 W. Meridian Street

Sharpsville, Indiana


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Christmas in the Country

Thanks for making us part of your Christmas tradition

We post stories on our website about Christmas Spirit where people are helping others.  In the spirit of PAY IT FORWARD, these videos tell the story where someone helps another person without expecting anything in return.  May these stories inspire you to create one of your own.

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Leaping Arch.

Drip Icecycles

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Light Poles

Mini Christmas Trees

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Red and Green Pinwheel

Christmas Goodies

We Dedicate Our Display To All Veterans

The Music in the show contains songs from the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, David Foster, Disney, Go Fish (a Christian rock group), Louis Armstrong, ManHeim Steamroller, Michael Jackson,  Michael W. Smith,  Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and Whitney Houston,   One of the songs, Christmas With A Capital C by Go Fish, talks about the true meaning of Christmas. The song emphasizes that
this is the Christmas season, not the "Holiday" season. It reminds us that the reason we celebrate is because of the birth of Christ. 

Our feature song this year is Hallelujah Chorus by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.   During the beginning of this song you will hear the story of the birth of Christ as told by the children of Crossroads Community Church.  We hope this story reminds you of the reason why we celebrate Christmas. 

During Michael Jackson's "We Are The World", you will hear Christmas greetings from people in 20 different countries in their own language.  It is a reminder that no matter what our race, religion or national origin, Christmas is the time of year when Christians come together to celebrate the birth of Christ. 
During "The Greatest Love of All" by Whitney Houston, you will hear special stories as told by children.  As adults, we should remember that time spent with family is a child's most treasured gift. 
You can listen to "The Greatest Love of All" by clicking on the play button below.

Light Fan

Walk thru the red Arches

The Manager - The Reason We Celebrate Christmas

Cuddley Characters

Dancing Penguins

Green Tree
and Wreaths

Rotating Ball

Video Tree
See Pac-Man
and Dancing
Stick Man

The Stars of the Show

Mega Tree
It spins, changes colors and is amazing

Candy Cane Pinwheel

LED Spiral


Dancing Teddy Bears

Bursting Star

What would Christmas be like without Visiting Santa?

Santa visits the display every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in his sleigh.
He is also here Monday - Wednesday before Christmas.
Have your picture taken with him for FREE.  
Your friends and family can download a picture of you with Santa from our website.

Get Your FREE Picture Taken With Santa.  On some nights his Elves may be present.

Free Christmas Goodies (cookies, coffee and hot chocolate) are provided by members
of the Sharpsville United Methodist Church from 6:00 - 10:00 pm on the following days.
Friday and Saturday December 4 & 5
Friday and Saturday December 11 & 12
Friday and Saturday December 18 & 19
And the best thing is you don't even have to get out of your car.  Just drive down to the church,  
located two blocks east of our display, then go to the drivethru on the north side of the building. 
Your goodies will be served right to your car.  That's Christmas in a small town.  Now how cool is that!   

Our display is dedicated to those Veterans, past and present, who serve and protect our country.  For without their sacrifice we would not be the great nation which we are today. Click here to learn more about the Veterans Memorial
Our Veterans Memorial contains the following:

  • Over 50 flags to include US flags, flags of the armed forces, the POW flag, Civil War period flags and the Gold Star flag given to families who veteran gave the ultimate sacrifice.
  • Patriotic red, white and blue star bursts.
  • Tomb of the Unknown Soldier with honor guard to remind us of the sacrifice given by many.
  • Iwo Jima memorial dedicated to all the WWII veterans.
  • POW memorial to remind us of those who will not be forgotten.
  • The Soldier's cross which honors a fallen soldier.
  • And 80 crosses, each which bears the name of a veteran from north central Indiana who gave the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan.

Check out a Video of our Show

The Christmas season is a time for helping others and spreading the feeling of joy.  It is our hope that when you watch our light show:
1)  You come away with a greater joy for Christmas and understand the reasons why we celebrate.
2)  You have a willingness to help those less fortunate. 
3)  You remember those who cannot be home for Christmas who are serving and protecting our country.


Christmas Light Show 

Our 8th Year

Over 6,000 Visitors in 2014